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19.02.2018

Sergiu Cioclea attended the high-level conference organized for the IMF Constituency member countries

(foto: DeNederlandscheBank)

At the end of last week, the Governor of the National Bank of Moldova, Sergiu Cioclea, attended the high-level conference organized by the National Bank of the Netherlands for the IMF Constituency member countries.

The meeting was dedicated to communication and transparency policies. Mr. Cioclea presented the NBM’s experience on communication policy and transparency actions taken in order to manage the consequences of the banking crisis in the Republic of Moldova, as well the first positive results registered: the improvement of the legislative framework, the strengthening of banks’ governance, the recent entry of a strategic foreign investor on the domestic market, etc.

At the conference, the Governor of the NBM informed the IMF’s Executive Director, Anthony de Lannoy, and the IMF’s Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, Ratna Sahay, on the progress achieved in the IMF programme implementation and the preparatory measures taken for the next IMF’s assessment mission scheduled for the second half of March 2018.

The event was attended by the heads of the central banks of the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Armenia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Croatia, Georgia, Israel, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands and Ukraine, as well as the representatives of the IMF and the European Central Bank.

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