The U.S. financial system is critical to the functioning of the economy as a whole and banks are central to the financial system. In addition to providing substantial employment, finance serves three main purposes:
A discussion paper published by the Comptroller and Auditor General, New Zealand on the review of the central government's financial management system. It includes good practices being followed by other governments and lessons from the private sector which the government may adopt. A special feature herein is a qualitative review of leadership, over and above systems and processes.
The Working Paper traces China's journey of economic and financial reform from the 1970s. It lays a structure for financial governance and focuses on the evolution of banking and financial markets in China.
Improving management of a country’s finances is not a simple matter. Nor is it accomplished through a single intervention that might address one aspect of a complex situation at a fixed moment in time.