According to ADB website, the R-CDTA will include at least four regional forums and workshops for DMCs. These activities will be a platform for government officials to enhance knowledge and share information related to PDM. Discussion topics will cover these areas, among others: i. development and implementation of debt management strategies; ii. institutional, legal and governance frameworks for public debt management; iii. development of domestic market for government securities; iv. accessing international capital markets; v. public debt analysis; vi. contingent liabilities and fiscal risk; and vii. debt portfolio composition and risk management.
The impact will be enhanced PDM in DMCs. The outcome will be enhanced knowledge and understanding of DMC officials on PDM frameworks and techniques. The DMC officials and/or staff who will attend the forums/workshops will apply what they learn in their debt management operations.
Project Officer: Taneja, Deepak
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