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G. “Guidelines for Public Debt Management” (2003) and “Guidelines for Public Debt Management: Accompanying Document and Selected Case Studies” (2003) by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. 3. g. Chapter 2 in OECD, (2002), Debt Management and Government Securities Markets in the 21st Century, Paris; or “Guidelines for Public Debt Management” (2003) by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Management 4. See “Assessing Sustainability” (2002) by the International Monetary Fund.
The central bank, which manages the debt portfolio on behalf of the Ministry, runs the risk management operations. 2. Risk management tolerances and policies are set/approved by the appropriate Ministry. A separate agency/office, which has been created to manage the government’s debt portfolio and reports to the Ministry, runs the risk management operations. ) IV. Market risk management1 Among those countries which manage market risk, almost all monitor interest rate risk and the majority monitor currency risk.
It involves also fiscal policy, so as to ensure prudent debt levels via government expenditures and taxes. However, the risk analysis of debt management has many conceptual similarities with the analysis of debt sustainability, and the tools applied by government debt managers provide information about many of the same key variables as in a debt sustainability assessment as described in “Assessing Sustainability” (2002) by the IMF: “Assessing sustainability in the first instance means forming a view of how outstanding stocks of liabilities are likely to evolve over time.