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Nigel Bradshaw

international arrangements. A representative of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering helped explain the background to the “blacklisting” process and the roles of different organizations in this area. Standards and codes An IMF presentation reviewed FSAPs, ROSCs, and related international codes, standards, and best practices. This was the first opportunity for many officials from the Pacific island countries to hear about these initiatives in detail and to consider the implications for their countries. While they generally supported the objectives of the

International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

sector banks (PSBs) capital position and asset quality. The plan to merge several PSBs reduces their number to 12 but does not change the large presence of the government in the banking system. The growth of bank credit decelerated to 10 percent (y/y) in August 2019, from 14 percent (y/y) in December 2018. Despite a shortfall in revenues relative to ambitious targets, the central government broadly adhered to its headline fiscal deficit objective. As a result, there was a small improvement in the on-budget fiscal balance in FY2018/19 (IMF presentation, see table

Patrick O’Hagan

authorities benefitted from the IMF-SECO sector accounts’ outreach workshop on “Policy Uses of Sectoral Accounts” that was held at the BRC after the mission . The workshop provided an opportunity for policymakers and compilers from Colombia and Peru to discuss the policy uses and the practical applications of sectoral accounts. It was designed for compilers as well as economists engaged in policy and analytical work. Colombia attended with participants from DANE, BRC, and the policy-making agencies. The program included IMF presentations, country presentations

International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

on External Balances while Stimulating Growth 3. Public Finance Needs More Reform While Monetary Policy is Supportive 4. Financial Sector is in Recovery, while Financial Inclusion is Increasing TABLES 1. Selected Economic and Financial Indicators, 2014–21 2. Central Government Budgetary Operations, 2014–24 3. Reconciling the Domestic Budget with the IMF Presentation, 2014–24 4. Monetary Survey, 2014–21 5. Balance of Payments, 2014–24 6. Medium-Term Baseline Scenario, 2014–24 7. Banks’ Financial Soundness Indicators, 2012–18Q3 8. SDGs

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

in formalizing the flow of local authorities’ data from the MLGRD. Medium Collect and compile monthly/quarterly and annual data for local governments with appropriate timeliness for use in fiscal analysis and management, macroeconomic data consistency, and publication in national and IMF presentations. Draft time series (for at least three years) provided to STA for inclusion in the GFS database. March 2017 Prepared revenue and expenditures data for the years 2011/12 to 2015/16. medium Compile consolidated GFS budgetary central government

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

of source data for local governments, and determine format of source data. Formalized agreement on the flow and timeliness of data for local governments including annual council financial statements, monthly/quarterly /annual/electronic data. December 2016 Not done No agreement on specific assignment of responsibilities. M Collect and compile monthly/quarterly and annual data for local governments with appropriate timeliness for use in fiscal analysis and management, macroeconomic data consistency, and publication in national and IMF presentations

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

monthly/quarterly and annual data for local governments with appropriate timeliness for use in fiscal analysis and management, macroeconomic data consistency, and publication in national and IMF presentations. Draft time series (for at least three years) provided to STA for inclusion in the GFS database. March 2017 Review of mission outputs for local government classification of operations and identify issues that may need further clarification with STA. Medium Collect and compile monthly/quarterly and annual data for extrabudgetary with appropriate

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
Colombia is working towards compiling quarterly sectoral accounts and balance sheets to support domestic policymaking by gaining a much deeper understanding of the interrelationship between the real sector accounts and the financial accounts, and the vulnerabilities that may reside in specific sectors as sources for spillovers to other sectors. Sectoral accounts and balance sheets are critical to help detect systemic risks, vulnerabilities, and possible contagion from economic shocks. The authorities continued to acknowledge the additional benefit from work in this area as it moves towards subscription to the IMF’s Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus and continued accession negotiations with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. The priority is first on establishing timely annual integrated estimates between the National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE) and the BRC, followed by quarterly estimates.