Developing an Annual Borrowing Plan in line with the Debt Management Strategy - Virtual


TTARGET GROUP | Officials from debt management offices, ministries of finance, or central banks who deal with public debt management from DMF eligible countries.


DESCRIPTION | This course, presented by the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the IMF and Macroeconomics, Trade & Investment Department of the WB, aims at building capacity in developing and implementing a sound medium-term debt management strategy (MTDS), through designing an annual borrowing plan (ABP). Officials are trained on the joint IMF-WB MTDS analytical tool (MTDS AT), which is useful for identifying the risk exposure embedded in a debt portfolio and analyzing the cost-risk trade-offs of alternative debt management strategies. Debt management strategies are formulated by taking into account the composition of the debt portfolio, macroeconomic indicators, market conditions, potential sources of financing, and the linkages with broader medium-term macroeconomic framework. Officials select a single debt management strategy (DMS) to design an annual borrowing plan and auction calendar, utilizing a new Annual Borrowing Plan (ABP) template.



• Using the quantitative MTDS analytical tool that accompanies the MTDS framework.

o Analyze the central government debt portfolio to identify the costs and risks inherent in the existing debt.

o Formulate different market risk scenarios (baseline and shock scenarios), adapting them to the country’s specific situation.

o Identify and assess various financing strategies under these scenarios and compare the cost/risk trade-offs involved.

• Select a strategy that is in line with debt management objectives

• Design annual borrowing plan, including auction calendars, for the first two years of the strategy period


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Course Details

Start: 20220718Jul 18
End: 20220722Jul 22

Language: English

Sponsoring Organization: IBRD/IMF

Application Deadline: By invitation only

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