According to the project document, "the aim is to follow-up on the Related Party Transaction (RPT) guidebook that has been created by FMO and IFC and published at the beginning of 2016. The next will be a RPT e-learning sector initiative for the Vietnamese banking sector (including FMO clients and non-clients). The sector initiative, if successful, will facilitate finding new clients and improve the management of RPTs throughout the sector. FMO promotes adequate management of RPTs throughout the Vietnamese banking sector."
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