ESTABLISHMENT AND ORGANIZATION OF THE
BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS
ARTICLE V - REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS
SECTION 39. Reports and Publications. — The Bangko Sentral shall publish a general balance sheet showing the volume and composition of its assets and liabilities as of the last working day of the month within sixty (60) days after the end of each month except for the month of December, which shall be submitted within ninety (90) days after the end hereof.
The Monetary Board shall publish and submit the following reports to the President and to the Congress:
(a) not later than ninety (90) days after the end of each quarter, an analysis of economic and financial developments, including the condition of net international reserves and monetary aggregates;
(b) within ninety (90) days after the end of the year, the preceding year's budget and profit and loss statement of the Bangko Sentral showing in reasonable detail the result of its operations;
(c) one hundred twenty (120) days after the end of each semester, a review of the state of the financial system; and
(d) as soon as practicable, abnormal movements in monetary aggregates and the general price level, and, not later than seventy-two (72) hours after they are taken, remedial measures in response to such abnormal movements.
SECTION 40. Annual Report.— Before the end of March of each year, the Bangko Sentral shall publish and submit to the President and the Congress an annual report on the condition of the Bangko Sentral including a review of the policies and measures adopted by the Monetary Board during the past year and an analysis of the economic and financial circumstances which gave rise to said policies and measures.
The annual report shall also include a statement of the financial condition of the Bangko Sentral and a statistical appendix which shall present, as a minimum, the following data:
(a) the monthly movement of monetary aggregates and their components;
(b) the monthly movement of purchases and sales of foreign exchange and of the international reserves of the Bangko Sentral;
(c) the balance of payments of the Philippines;
(d) monthly indices of consumer prices and of import and export prices;
(e) the monthly movement, in summary form, of exports and imports, by volume and value;
(f) the monthly movement of the accounts of the Bangko Sentral and of other banks;
(g) the principal data on government receipts and expenditures and on the status of the public debt, both domestic and foreign; and
(h) the texts of the major legal and administrative measures adopted by the Government and the Monetary Board during the year which relate to the functions or operations of the Bangko Sentral or of the financial system.
The Bangko Sentral shall publish another version of the annual report in terms understandable to the layman.
Failure to comply with the reportorial requirements pursuant to this article without justifiable reason as may be determined by the Monetary Board shall cause the withholding of the salary of the personnel concerned until the requirements are complied with.
SECTION 41. Signatures on Statements. — The balance sheets and other financial statements of the Bangko Sentral shall be signed by the officers responsible for their preparation, by the Governor, and by the auditor of the Bangko Sentral.