The development framework for Cambodia's financial sector is based on the 2001-2010 Financial Sector Blueprint that was updated as the Financial Sector Development Strategy 2006-2015 and adopted by the Government in February 2007. Implementation of the Blueprint since 2001, has yielded some notable achievements as well as lessons to be learned (from international and domestic experience). Those experiences coupled with the new challenges to the financial sector, prompted the Government to request continuing ADB support to the sector to ensure the durability of its reform program. This led to the design and approval of the second financial sector cluster program (FSP II) in 2007. FSP II comprises a series of four single-tranched subprograms to be implemented from September 2006-December 2010. Subprograms are linked by policy triggers and milestones. A program of TAs was also programmed to help implement subprogram triggers and milestones.
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|Implementation of Subprogram 4 of the Financial Sector Program II||May 2014|
|Implementation of Subprogram 4 of the Financial Sector Program II||Dec 2009|
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