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2014 Sovereign Debt Management Forum

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2014 FORUM
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WORLD BANK
Conference & Workshop Program

 

Dec 3-4, 2014, Washington, DC

The 2014 World Bank Sovereign Debt Management Forum brought together over 170 debt managers, representatives from international organizations and experts from the private sector to review recent trends and developments in sovereign debt management. The forum also provided debt managers, primarily from developing and emerging market countries, with the opportunity to share experiences
and network.

 

Presentations, Notes and Videos


Plenary session 1: What is the current outlook for sovereign borrowers?1

Presentation:
The State of the World's Macroeconomy

Summary note

 

 

Plenary session 2: Changes in the investor base for emerging market public debt:  What has happened in the last decade and what do we see going forward?

Presentations:
Emerging Markets Local Currency Debt and Foreign On the Investor
On the Composition of Capital Flows to EM

Background note

Summary note

 

Plenary session 3: How have debt managers increased the attractiveness of local currency debt?

Presentations:
Country case of Brazil
Country case of Romania

Background note

Summary note

 

 

 

Plenary session 4: What was the impetus for revising the Guidelines for Public Debt Management? What was the outcome?

Presentation:
Revisions of the Guidelines for Public Debt Management

Background note


Breakout session 1: Coordination between debt management and monetary policy   

Presentations:
Country case of Peru

Country case of the Philippines
Harmonizing the Sovereign Domestic Debt Market: The Roles of Central Banks and Treasuries

Background note

Summary note

 

 

Breakout session 2: Transparency and stakeholder relationship management

Presentations:
Country case of
Uruguay
Country case of Hungary
Sovereign Ratings Methodology & Debt Management
Transparency and Stakeholder Relationship Management in Public Debt Management

Background note

Summary note

 

Breakout session 3: Coordination between fiscal and debt management policies – emerging issues

Presentations:
Linking Fiscal and Debt Management Policies - the Role of Debt Sustainability Analysis
Fiscal and Debt Coordination
Country case of Spain

Background note

 

 

 

 

Breakout session 4: Managing currency composition under an asset and liability management framework

Presentations:
Country case of Denmark
Country case of Turkey
Country case of Indonesia

Background note

Summary note

 

Breakout session 5: Measuring and managing risks related to credit guarantees and on-lending

Presentations:
Country case of Indonesia
Country case of Turkey
Country case of South Africa
Risk Measurement Process

Background note

Summary note

 

 

Breakout session 6: Market dynamics in international capital markets for sovereign debt2

Presentations:
Country case of Brazil
Country case of Sri Lanka
Country case of Azerbaijan

Background note

Summary note

 

Breakout session 7: The role of debt managers in infrastructure financing

Presentations:
Colombia's Infrastructure: Advances and Challenges

Background note

Summary note

 

 
   

 

Breakout session 8: Legal aspects of sovereign issuance in international capital markets3

Presentations:
Legal Issues and Choices for Sovereign Issuers
Sovereign Debt Contracts: Recent Development


Background note

Summary note

1No background note available.
2Video recording published does not include Q&A session.
3Not all presentations published nor included in video recording.