All courses are scheduled to take place at the JVI. Courses may have to be delivered virtually in case safe travel to and in-person training in Vienna is not possible. The decision to offer virtual instead of onsite training will be made within 5 weeks of the course start date.
All participants are expected to follow our COVID-19 Guidelines.
TARGET GROUP | Officials from finance ministry, treasury department, debt management offices, cash management units, and central banks. Participants are expected to have a degree in economics or finance, or equivalent experience, as well as at least two years of working experience in debt or cash management.
DESCRIPTION | This course, presented jointly by the Fiscal Affairs Department and the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, aims to build capacity on linking cash and debt management, and their interactions with fiscal and monetary policies, while taking into account market and macro risks. The course focuses on the importance of cash management considerations during the implementation of debt management strategy, through an annual borrowing plan and issuance calendar, based on cash flow and cash balance forecasts. In addition, the course discusses the management of certain contingent liabilities and financing risks, and their implications to cash and debt management strategies.
OBJECTIVES | Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
• Describe the linkage between debt and cash management
• Explain the importance of managing the government’s cash and debt as an integrated portfolio
• Understand how to better manage contingent liabilities and associated risks and their significance for cash and debt management
• Describe the importance of sending consistent signals to the market regarding the government’s financial management strategy
End: Sep 29
Sponsoring Organization: IMF
Application Deadline: By invitation only
How to apply