ADB is supporting the Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) of Bhutan and the Maldives Monetary Authority (MMA) in building their capacity for regulation and supervision of the financial sector. The TA aims to deliver the following outputs for both central banks: (i) developed macroprudential policies, tools, and monitoring framework; (ii) improved liquidity management plan and strategy; and (iii) enhanced capacity and training of RMA and MMA staff in performing financial stability functions.
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|Supporting Financial Stability in Bhutan and the Maldives||Dec 2012|
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