FSAP

AcronymDefinition
FSAPFinancial Sector Assessment Program (IMF and World Bank assessment of a country's financial system)
FSAPFinancial Services Action Plan (European Commission)
FSAPFaculty and Staff Assistance Program (various universities)
FSAPFédération Suisse des Architectes Paysagistes (French: Swiss Federation of Landscape Architects)
FSAPFinancial Sector Assessment Programme (finance)
FSAPFoundation to Support Animal Protection (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)
FSAPFull Spectrum Active Protection (US DoD)
FSAPFinancial Statement Analysis Package
FSAPFlight Safety Awareness Program
FSAPFinancial Sustainability Action Plan
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As for the banking sector, the FSAP elaborates that despite economic and political shocks, "confidence in the banking sector has been sustained .
The Reserve Bank and other New Zealand authorities strongly support the FSAP as a means of promoting and improving both the quality of financial sector regulation and the outcomes that this regulation seeks to achieve.
In the field of practice, this article describes the FSAP pressure test system, based on the FSAP pressure test system, and then introduces the more mature TD and SRM system:
New Zealand authorities will consider and respond to the results of the FSAP to help ensure that the current regulatory framework is making the best possible contribution to New Zealand's economic welfare.
regulatory system is fast approaching and coordination and collaboration among the players will be essential to a successful FSAP review for the United States, particularly regarding new ICP 23 Group Supervision requirements.
The implementation of the FSAP was finished in 2004.
He added that FSAP was an international evaluation exercise.
Nevertheless, the FSAP assessment emphasises that the job is not yet finished, and that there is critical work still to be done.
The purpose of an FSAP is to assess the strengths and weaknesses of member country financial sectors and to assess the challenges facing their financial systems.
In line with the FSAP recommendations, most directors urged Japan to redouble efforts to ''tackle decisively the problems in banks and insurance companies'' burdened with a mountain of bad loans.
The FSAP draws heavily on peer review and expertise, involving experts from some fifty institutions, including central banks, supervisory agencies, and other institutions and standard-setting bodies.
Earlier this month, Japan's Financial Services Minister Hakuo Yanagisawa said the IMF mission for the FSAP arrived in Japan in June and began work on the evaluation.