4-5 December 2008, OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France
The 3rd OECD Forum on African Public Debt Management and the 18th OECD Global Forum on Public Debt Management and Emerging Government Securities Markets was held back-to-back on 3-5 December 2008 at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris, France.
Discussions focussed on an exchange of information on ongoing activities regarding African Public Debt Management and Bond Markets.
Session 1: Joint Session - Changes in the use of short-term securities by debt managers
- Introduction of main issues by moderator - Andre Pillay, National Treasury of South Africa
- Use of short term paper - Ministry of finance, Kenya
- Use of short term paper - Ministry of finance, Morocco
- Use of short term paper - National Bank of Tanzania
- Use of short term paper - National Bank of Uganda
- Policy implications of OECD liquidity study for the use of short term government paper
Session 2: Issuance procedures and (future) role of primary dealers
- Issuance procedures - National Treasury of South Africa
- Issuance procedures - Ministry of finance, Morocco
- Issuance procedures - Comments by National Bank of Tanzania
Session 3: International co-operation and information sharing on African debt management and bond markets work programmes
- Brief overview of work programmes - Moderator Mr. Stefan Nalletamby, African Development Bank
- Brief overview of work programmes - OECD
- Brief overview of work programmes - Deutsche Bundesbank
- Brief overview of woork programmes - African Development Bank
- Brief overview of work programmes -World Bank
- Brief overview of work programmes - IMF
Logistical information for the meeting, including directions to the meeting venue, hotels close to the meeting venue, visa information, registration upon arrival, and facilities at the meeting venue can be found on the Conference Centre website:
www.oecd.org/conferencecentre / www.oecd.org/centredeconferences
This annual forum is held under the aegis of the OECD Working Party on Debt Management and the Multilateral Public Debt Management Network and is co-sponsored by the Japanese Government. It brings together debt managers from all over the world to discuss viewpoints and experiences relating to public debt management.