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BSP Participates in the 2001 BIS Survey of Foreign Exchange and Derivatives Market Activity

03.19.2001

The BSP will be participating once again in the Triennial Central Bank Survey of Foreign Exchange and Derivatives Market Activity in 2001 of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS). The BSP joined in the survey for the first time in 1998 along with other central banks in 43 countries. The objective of the survey is to obtain reasonably comprehensive and internationally consistent information on the size and structure of foreign exchange and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets. The purpose of the statistics is to increase market transparency and thereby help central banks, other authorities and market participants to better monitor patterns of activity in the global financial system. For this year’s survey, the BSP invited 38 commercial banks to participate in the survey.

Attachments:

Report forms  - formstri_non_G10 (excel)
 
Reporting guidelines  -guidetrisurvey (pdf)
 
Additional information requirement  - trisuraddrepreq (pdf)
 
Clarification of the definition of reporting institutions

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