Management of public debt in developing countries is now an issue of paramount importance. Developing countries are experiencing challenges of overwhelming and serviceableness public debts hence a need to build human capacities in order to improve the capacity to manage, monitor and analyze their debt portfolios. Therefore, this course is designed to help debt practitioners in developing countries to acquire the skills that can be useful in managing both external and domestic debt.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Officials from government institutions and ministries, specifically the debt managers and practitioners of finance from LDCs, developed and developing countries and those responsible for management, monitoring and evaluation of public debts.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Describe the legal and institutional framework for efficient and effective debt management;
Apply principles to document the external and domestic debt operations;
Apply techniques to analyze debt and explain the front office functions of debt management.
Introduction to debt management;
Legal and institutional framework of debt management;
Debt recording, handling, reports and information flows;
Debt strategy formulation and debt sustainability analysis;
Identifications of financing sources and resources mobilization process;