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Financial Stability

One of the lessons learned from the global financial crisis was that crisis management frameworks in many countries are inadequate for dealing with systemic financial crises, and that financial regulators need proper tools to resolve failing banks and other systemic financial institutions in an orderly manner, without unnecessarily exposing taxpayers to risk of loss and causing wider economic damage.

Financial Stability Report

The Bank of Uganda publishes an annual Financial Stability Report which provides a broad assessment of the structure and vulnerability of the Ugandan financial system. The Report contains analyses and assessments of the stability of the financial system in Uganda. In addition, the Report also contains a number of articles that are either more in-depth discussions of particular fields or describe issues related to financial stability where the Bank wishes to elaborate on policy issues.

Financial Stability Report June 2022