The Financial Stability Report (FSR) provides an assessment of the vulnerabilities that could elevate risks to the stability and resilience of the Botswana financial system by the Financial Stability Council (FSC). The Report provides analytical and performance updates for the financial sector and its impact on economic activity and welfare; encourages public discourse and engagement on financial stability issues; and helps provide information that major participants in the Botswana financial industry and elsewhere may use as input into their own financial risk assessment processes. The FSR is published twice a year (May and October) following discussion and approval at the FSC meetings.
The Financial Stability Report (FSR) is a product of the Financial Stability Council (FSC) and contains analyses and evaluations of the stability of Botswana’s financial system. The report provides in-depth analysis on the performance of Botswana’s financial sector and related impact on economic activity and welfare in general, as well as give an account of the principal risks arising from both the international environment and the domestic risk situation of the Botswana financial system, i.e., both the Botswana banking sector and elsewhere in the financial system, such as in the insurance, pensions, and investment fund sectors (Non-Bank Financial Sector).
The Report is published twice a year, in May and October, following approval by the FSC.