Sovereign Balance Sheet Risk Management Workshop
This five-day workshop aims to discuss practical solutions to identify, measure and mitigate different types of risks, affecting both sides of the sovereign balance sheet, within an asset and liability management framework. The final objective is to contribute to increase the country’s resilience to financial shocks by enhancing their capacity to manage the sovereign’s balance sheet risks. The targeted participants are officials from the finance ministry and central bank who have direct involvement in managing assets and/or liabilities.
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This five-day workshop focuses on cash flow forecasting and cash management by central governments. Its goal is to increase awareness of cash and debt managers about the importance of accurate cash flow forecasting and their knowledge on sound cash management practices to ensure that governments meet their financial commitments on time and in a cost-efficient manner. The workshop covers all the dimensions relevant to its theme, including forecasting of revenue and expenditure, stress testing of projections, coordination between cash and debt management as well as the options to invest excess cash in the market. It consists in short and practical presentations followed by hands on exercises using an excel-based toolkit specifically designed by the debt and risk management experts at the World Bank Treasury.
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Assessing and Managing Risks from Contingent Liabilities
This five-day workshop aims to contribute to increased awareness about the risks governments are exposed to from contingent liabilities (CL) and to sensitize risk managers to frameworks and tools in identifying, measuring, and managing these risks with a focus on sovereign credit guarantees and on-lending. This workshop will cover conceptual issues related to contingent liabilities as well as focus on analyzing and measuring risks related to sovereign credit guarantees and on-lending using presentations, case studies, and interactive exercises led by debt and risk management experts at the World Bank. Additionally, participants will discuss various risk mitigation tools, including the structuring of guarantee agreements (e.g. guarantee fees, collateral, etc.), limit setting, reporting and monitoring, as well as provisioning for financial losses.
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Designing Government Debt Management Strategies
This five-day workshop guides participants through the processes of developing a public debt management strategy based on an analysis of financial cost and risk tradeoffs.
Presentations and country cases illustrate the different stages of the strategy development process. Hands-on exercises focus on quantitative tools necessary to support debt management decisions such as calculating exposure risk indicators and scenario analysis. Participants present the framework for debt management strategy in their respective countries to their peers.
Next workshop: June 3-7, 2019, Vienna, Austria. Past Workshop. Contact us.
Implementing Government Debt Management Strategies
This five-day workshop aims to build capacity in various aspects of implementing a debt management strategy, including designing a cost-effective funding program, in ways that contribute to developing the domestic debt market.
Participants explore techniques to alter the existing portfolio structure, using swap operations, exchange offers and buyback programs. The workshop combines conceptual presentations, case studies, and a hands-on exercise to illustrate the processes and procedures for implementing a debt management strategy.
Next workshop: June 7-14, 2019, Vienna, Austria. Past workshop. Contact us.
Upcoming webinar: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Washington, D.C. time
Long-term bonds, different ways to support – and benefit from – pensions’ needs
Lengthening the maturities of public debt portfolio to mitigate refinancing risk has always been a challenge in many developing countries. Pension funds and insurance companies in the annuity business have the ability and the desire to invest in these long-dated securities in a way to mitigate credit and reinvestment risks.
Dr. Arun Muralidhar, Co-founder of Mcube Investment Technologies (and formerly with the World Bank Treasury)
Mr. Rodrigo Saráchaga, a Senior Advisor at the Public Debt Management Unit of Ministry of Economy and Finance of Uruguay
Mr. Lior David-Pur, Head of Government Debt Management Unit of the Ministry of Finance of Israel
Mr. Monte Tarbox, the Executive Director for Investments at the National Electrical Benefit Fund
Moderator: Mr. Leandro Secunho, Senior Financial Analyst, World Bank Treasury
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