10. In the event of a breach of confidentiality by an advisor with respect to the FSAP, the institution with which the advisor has entered into a contract shall deal with the matter in accordance with the rules and procedures of that body. Exchange of sensitive information and FSEP-related documents between institutions and with authorities. For the purposes of this Protocol, the following persons shall be deemed to have a need to know or have a legitimate interest in the confidentiality of information and documents: (i) all members of the FSEP team; (ii) the direct supervisory authorities and heads of department of FSEP team members who are staff members of the institutions; (iii) The relevant country directors and sector heads of the Bank, as well as the relevant heads of mission of the Area Division and the country directors of the MAF of the Fund3; (iv) The Managing Director of the Fund, the President of the World Bank Group or their respective designated representatives; and (v) other persons in agreement between the team leader or deputy head of the FSEP and the provider of the sensitive information. No authorisation is required for further dissemination on a need-to-know basis within a specific secretariat of one of the institutions, but any subsequent disclosure must be communicated to any subsequent recipient that the information is CONFIDENTIAL. 6. At the time of classification as sensitive information „STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL“ or „CONFIDENTIAL“ entrusted to the FSAP team, the recipient will make a good faith effort to reach an agreement with the supplier on certain demotion instructions, e.B when, under what circumstances or under what conditions it could obtain a lower classification. In the course of my participation as an advisor to the [World Bank/IMF] in the Financial Sector Assessment Program for [Land], I hereby confirm that I have received and read copies of the Protocol for the Protection of Sensitive Information in the Financial Sector Assessment Program and its annexes (the „Documents“). I agree to follow the procedures described in the documents and, in particular, not to disclose sensitive information that I know of as a result of my participation in the FSAP or to use it for private purposes.
I also agree that my confidentiality obligations under the FSEP will continue to exist even after the end of my mission at the FSEP, unless the obligations relate to sensitive information (as defined in the Protocol) that has been made public. For the purposes of this Protocol, the following persons shall be deemed to have a particular need for knowledge: (i) the FSEP Team Leader and the Deputy Head; (ii) FSEP team members who are directly involved in the content of sensitive information; (iii) the direct supervisory authorities of FSEP team members who are staff members of the institutions and who need information to carry out their administrative function; and (iv) the Managing Director of the Fund, the President of the World Bank Group or their respective designated representatives; and (v) other persons in agreement between the team leader or deputy head of the FSEP and the provider of the sensitive information. 9. A consultant participating in an FSAP team executes a confidentiality letter in the form of Annex II (which may be amended from time to time), unless the necessary elements of that letter have been included in the relevant advisory contracts. These elements are: (i) acknowledgement of receipt of a copy of this Protocol and its Annexes; (ii) agree not to disclose or use for private purposes sensitive information known to the Advisor as a result of his or her participation in the FSAP team; and (iii) the agreement that the confidentiality obligations under the FSEP will continue to exist even after the termination of the consultant contract, unless the obligations relate to sensitive information that has been disclosed for public use […].