The following course focuses on the for the debt management strategy to be created in an overall framework (including debt sustainability analysis for a wider economic framework, annual borrowing plan for the execution on of budgetary strategy, cost risk analysis, etc.). Participants will be equipped with all the tools and techniques they need to become a better manager in this work area and to be able to bring the best out of their team using the skills and knowledge provided in this program. The managers will also be able to ensure improved overall results in the organization for a successful tomorrow.

This training program has been planned out keeping in mind both the traditional and up to the minute trends and requirements of the given field. This makes the course an ideal learning opportunity for all of its participants. Please make a note that a custom proposal can also be acquired, if you have different training requirements for your team.

 

Who is This Course For?

Debt Management Techniques course is for economists, parastatals, accountants and analysts from debt management departments and offices, ministries of finance, financial market regulators and central banks, economy and planning at sub-national and national level.

 

Course Objectives

Here’re the objectives of this course:

  • Estimate the hazards of debt and risk management
  • Validate financial and debt concepts and the way in which capital markets can promote portfolio choice in accomplishing suitable risk balance and cost
  • Strategize a sound debt management strategy utilizing diverse techniques and tools for data analysis
  • Recognize the worth and role of public debt management for promoting economic growth and earning macroeconomic firmness

 

Course Outline

Module I

  • Overview of Lending policies, legal constraints, pitfalls & advantages: IMF, World bank and other multilateral banks
  • Overview of International Market Access
  • Description: Direct sovereign lending
  • Overview of Public syndicated bank loans
  • Description: Term structure of external debt
  • Understanding Currency denomination issues
  • Study: Domestic Bond Markets

Module II

  • Description: Uses and creation of a sovereign yield curve
  • Introduction to Transparency and Accounting
  • Domestic debt for international borrowing: Substitution
  • The issuance calendar and bond auctions
  • Local currency bond markets: Development
  • Analysis and credit risk

Module III

  • Understanding International country-risk analysis
  • An overview: Corporate credit analysis
  • Debt Restructuring and negotiations
  • Overview of Ratings and rating agencies
  • Description and overview: Project analysis

Module IV

  • Understanding Sovereign debt renegotiation
  • Strategies for debt reduction
  • Techniques of negotiation
  • Overview of Risk Management and debt management capacity
  • Legal and key financial clauses
  • Outside advisors: Role

Module V

  • Domestic institutions for debt management: Development
  • The concept of transparency and Accountability
  • Description: Interactions with other domestic institutions
  • Roll-over risks and the term structure
  • Analyzing Currency risk
  • Indexation and inflation risk
  • GDP-linked debt and output risk
  • Contingent debt and government guarantees
  • Development and Debt

Module VI

  • Managing a balance between the sovereign borrower and the investing public
  • Fiscal planning and management
  • Balance of payments management
  • Sources of payment imbalances: monitoring their indicators
  • Comparison of developing country fiscal management and borrowing strategies
  • Understanding debt sustainability

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