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, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 19 encouraged FSIs, with data beginning in Q1 2005. Plans are under way to compile the rest of the encouraged FSIs. The BCB also reports data on some key series and indicators of the Financial Access Survey (FAS), including gender data and the two indicators adopted by the UN to monitor Target 8.10 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). External Sector Statistics : Brazil disseminates monthly and quarterly balance

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are broadly in line with the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM) 2000 . In close cooperation with STA, the BCB introduced the standardized report forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 18 encouraged FSIs, with data beginning in Q1 2005. Plans are

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

cooperation with STA, the BCB introduced the standardized report forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 18 encouraged FSIs, with data beginning in Q1 2005. Plans are under way to compile the rest of the encouraged FSIs. External Sector Statistics : Brazil

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

classification that are broadly in line with the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM) 2000. In close cooperation with STA, the BCB introduced the standardized report forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 17 encouraged FSIs, with data beginning in Q1 2005. Plans

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

statistics, with concepts, definitions, and classification that are broadly in line with the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM) 2000 . In close cooperation with STA, the BCB introduced the standardized report forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 18

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

, with concepts, definitions, and classification that are broadly in line with the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM) 2000 . In close cooperation with STA, the BCB introduced the standardized report forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 18 encouraged

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This paper describes the social security system and pension reform in Uruguay. The reform of the social security system is the most important structural issue facing Uruguay. Large social security outlays have led to high rates of payroll taxes and large transfers from the Central Government, which has encouraged tax evasion and reduced the availability of resources for other essential public outlays, such as investment and other social services. Moreover, the fast growth of social security outlays has threatened the solvency of the public finances, undermined confidence, and discouraged private investment.
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individuals that retire after end-1996 (those retiring before then could opt for either the current or the proposed systems). The reform only would cover individuals affiliated with the BPS, but subsequently would be extended to the rest of the labor force. The proposed reform aims at setting up a mixed system: the first tier would be given by the reformed public PAYG pension system, while the second tier would be given by the operation of complementary capitalization funds. Eligibility to participate in the capitalization funds would depend on the individual’s age and

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

forms based on accounting data in March 2013. However, the institutional coverage of the other financial corporations needs to be expanded to include insurance corporations, open pension funds, capitalization funds, and exchange houses. The BCB regularly reports quarterly FSIs to the IMF for publication. Currently, the BCB reports all core and 18 encouraged FSIs, with data beginning in Q1 2005. Plans are under way to compile the rest of the encouraged FSIs. External Sector Statistics : Brazil disseminates monthly data on the balance of payments and

Leonardo Cardemil, Juan Carlos Di Tata, and Ms. Florencia Frantischek

-as-you-go system with privately managed individual capitalization funds; in the near future, it will need to make plans to cover the transitional costs of the reform. Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Nicaragua plan to introduce private pension funds to supplement their pay-as-you-go systems, while Honduras is evaluating various options for comprehensive pension reform. Improving countries’ governance is also essential if efforts to attract private sector investment are to succeed. In particular, transparency and accountability in the management of public funds should be enhanced