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International Debt Management Conference, thirteenth session


International Debt Management Conference, thirteenth session
05 - 07 December 2022
Conference room XVII, Palais des Nations
Geneva
, Switzerland

Relief, Restructuring and Recovery: Dealing with Debt in Times of Global Crisis

The Conference provides a regular biennial forum for sharing experiences and exchanging views between Governments, international organizations, academia and civil society on current developments in the debt landscape in developing countries and on debt management issues in this broader macroeconomic context.

It brings together senior-level national debt managers from around the world to discuss some of the most pertinent topics in the field today. Around 350 participants from over 100 countries, as well as senior representatives of international, regional and other institutions, participated in the last conference held in November 2019.

This year’s Conference takes place at a crucial moment of multiple global crises affecting the world economy, ranging from the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic the cost-of-living crisis and, of course, climate change.

The Conference will explore the impact of these crises on developing countries’ debt sustainability, with a view to reassessing ways to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and the role of new technologies in mobilizing financial resources. These issues will be addressed through the lens of macroeconomic options available to individual countries and the international community, as well as through policies and best practices in debt management.

The Conference will explore current and topical issues in debt management and public finance, with a focus on forward-looking policy options to address debt and debt management challenges.

Topics will include:

  • The growing need for comprehensive debt relief
  • Integrating climate change challenges and Sustainable Development Goal financing requirements into viable debt sustainability assessments
  • Further improving debt transparency: balancing lender and borrower responsibilities
  • The role of financial technology (FinTech) for debt management
  • Sovereign debt restructurings: Experiences on the ground and reform requirements
  • Operational risk management /Integrated

The DMFAS Advisory Group meeting that will follow the Conference will provide an opportunity for donors, beneficiaries and development partners of the DMFAS Programme to examine its capacity-building activities in debt management and to discuss its future direction.

Participation

This Conference is open tall member States of UNCTAD. Other organizations, including specialized agencies, intergovernmental bodies and non-governmental organizations in the general and special categories, as well as academia, research institutions and the private sector, may participate as observers.

Participation the DMFAS Advisory Group is reserved for those countries benefiting from the use of the debt management software (DMFAS) provided by the UNCTAD DMFAS technical cooperation programme.

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Ms. Stephanie Blankenburg Head of Debt & Development Finance Branch UNCTAD
05 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 2 
 
Mr. Nicolás Segal Undersecretary of External Public Debt Sustainability, Ministry of Economy, Argentina
05 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 3 
 
Ms. Priscilla Koo Wilkens, Senior Economist, Innovation and Digital Economy unit, Economic and Monetary Department, Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
06 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 6 
 
Mr. Luis Felipe Vital Nunes Pereira, Coordinator of Debt Operations, Ministry of the Economy, Brazil
06 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 7 
 
Ms. Lilia Razlog, Senior Debt Specialist and DMF Program Manager, World Bank
06 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 7 
 
Ms. Kristina Rehbein Political Coordinator and Executive Director, Erlassjahr.de (Jubilee Germany)
06 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 4 
 
Ms. Mae Buenaventura, Head of Debt Justice Program Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development
06 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 5 
 
Ms. Cinthia Mavel Sosa Fretes, Chief, Department of Control and Validation of Public Debt Data General Directorate of Credit and Public Debt, Ministry of Economy, Paraguay
07 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 8 
 
Mr. Marcelo Tricarico, Debt Management Expert, Argentina
07 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 8 
 
Mr. Luis Pablo Vaisberg, Minister of Economy, Province of Rio Negro, Argentina
07 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 8 
 
Mr. Gerry Teeling, Chief, Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS) Programme, UNCTAD
07 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 9 
 
Ms. Josephine Tito, Programme Manager, Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI), Zimbabwe
07 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 9 
 
Mr. Roger Edwin Rojas Ulo, President of the Central Bank of Bolivia, Bolivia
05 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 1 
 
Mr. Marcello Estevão Global Director of Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment World Bank
05 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 1 
 
Mr. Daniel Titelman, Director of the Division on Development Economics United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
05 Dec 2022  -  Agenda item Panel 2 
 


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