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In addition, in April-May 2006, the DSIF launched an onsite inspection covering all banks, with a view to assessing the quality of the loan portfolios. Finally, the DSIF has trained its staff (for example, on the methodology for conducting onsite inspections) as upgraded information technology (such as the forthcoming implementation of a new software application for banking supervision named BSA, which was developed by Southern Africa Development Community countries in the context of regional integration).

Partly reflecting the increased profitability of the sector and the increasing liberalization of foreign ownership clauses in the banking law, foreign participation in the banking sector has grown— Kazakh banks have recently expressed interest in the sector. Recent TA in banking supervision took the form of peripatetic visits by a banking expert, who advised NBKR staff on early warning systems for banking sector difficulties, and stress tests; regulations ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution Obert Nyawata and Judit Vadasz y 45 governing banking; country risk analysis; foreign exchange position calculations; and market risk.

Principle 2. Shareholders should participate in problem bank resolution- by capitalizing banks to adequate standards or losing their investment in the event of closure and liquidation of an insolvent bank. Creditors should have the right to pursue shareholders in the event of mismanagement or misappropriation. This will herald a policy of “zero tolerance” of financial abuses. Principle 3. There should be no explicit or implicit deposit protection scheme. In the event of liquidation, non-affiliated depositors may be partly covered based on fair valuation of the assets of the bank.

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