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Failure to settle a mechanism which obliges participants of the clearing system to provide a pre-fund to anticipate liabilities emerging at the end of the day
Failure to settle a mechanism which obliges participants of the clearing system to provide a per-fund to anticipate liabilities emerging at the end of the day
Financial Deepening the development of the financial sector; the increased provision of financial services with awider choice of services geared to all levels of society
Financial Safety Net framework to strengthen financial system stability through four key elements: i) bank regulation and supervision; ii) lender of last resort; iii) deposit insurance; and iv) crisis management
Financial Sector Assessment Program a joint program by the IMF and World Bank to assess the resilience of a country»s financial system and its adherence to international standards
Financial system stability refers to a state in which a financial system, consisting of financial institutions and markets, functions properly. In addition, the participants, such as firms and individuals, have confidence in the system
Fine Tune Operation (FTO) A transaction in the context of OMO, performed by Bank Indonesia as necessary to affect banking liquidity in the short term period, at term and conditions set by Bank Indonesia
Fit and Proper Test An evaluation process conducted on a regular basis or at any time deemed necessary by Bank Indonesia in respect of the integrity of controlling shareholders, and the integrity and competence of management and executive officers for the operational management of banks.
Fixed Rate Tender (FRT) A SBI auction mechanism in which the discount rate is determined by Bank Indonesia. Bank Indonesia provides or withdraws liquidity from the market on the basis of participants’ bids at the rate set by Bank Indonesia
Flight to safety switching funds from banks considered less safe to safer banks
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