This TA aims to support regulatory reforms in line with international good practices, covering the financial sector (banking, insurance, and securities) of DMCs in East and Southeast Asia. 6 The TA will examine the relevance of the global reform issues and their implications for emerging Asian economies, strengthen macro-prudential supervision of the DMCs through knowledge sharing, and help improve national regulatory systems and promote harmonization of national regulations and practices in line with global standards.
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