At the request of BTr, this proposed technical assistance (TA) has been designed as a key supplement to the ongoing TSA and pending U.S. Treasury resident advisor projects. Specifically, the proposed TA will backstop the TSA resident advisor and provide urgently needed support to BTr to concurrently strengthen its organizational structure, increase the technical capacity of BTr's staff, and enhance the BTr's asset management systems and capabilities. The TA will also deepen linkages between the TSA project and an ongoing ADB TA, Capacity Development of Financial Regulators (CDFR). CDFR is supporting capital market development through the Capital Market Development Council and the Securities and Exchange Commission as the government seeks to implement its Capital Market Development Blueprint. The TA will provide advance support to the U.S Treasury resident advisor program which is expected to begin in late 2013.
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