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The new National Constitution of 1992 enshrined wider ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution 46 y The Kyrgyz Republic: Challenges of Financial Sector Reforms powers and more independence than before for the NBKR, and was followed at the end of 1992 by a new central bank law. The structure, staff complement, and training of the new central bank also needed to be significantly improved. Initially, in the NBKR structure, the governor supervised many departments directly. The NBKR contained departments or other organizational units that disappeared or were significantly altered later as their relevance changed.

For instance, while BCC foreign exchange operations have improved with its shift from an administrative to an auction-based mechanism for foreign exchange sales, the administrative, technical, and operational capacity of the Foreign Exchange Directorate of the BCC needs to be strengthened further. ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution Jean-Claude Nascimento y 21 Central Banking Reforms The BCC launched a second wave of reforms in 2001. These reforms, which are still ongoing, aimed at: (i) enhancing the BCC’s institutional and operational capacity inter alia to implement an IMF program; (ii) building the BCC’s financial infrastructure and support functions; and (iii) fostering financial reintermediation.

Principle 5. The costs of bank restructuring should be borne by the budget and not through monetization, which would impair the NBKR’s ability to maintain stable monetary conditions. return on equity increased to 18 percent compared to about 5 percent in 2002. 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.

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