Sovereign Asset and Liability Management

In April 2016, the Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance jointly established a Public Debt Coordination Committee (PDCC), providing an institutional setting to formally coordinate the effective implementation of debt management strategies of the Central Bank and the Government, based on consistent monetary policy and government financing goals. This framework for cooperation between institutions follows international best practices developed by the World Bank. See Constitutive Act.

Since its creation in 2016, the PDCC was tasked with measuring and managing sovereign risk exposures across the consolidated public sector (including the Central Government, the Central Bank and financial and non-financial public corporations). The following 2019 IMF study analyzes Uruguay`s implementation of a Sovereign Asset and Liability Management (SALM) framework across the consolidated public sector:

Sovereign Asset and Liability Management in Emerging Market Countries: The Case of Uruguay

Find below the quaterly Communiques from the PDCC:

 

2020

3rd Quarter

2nd Quarter

1st Quarter

 

2019

4th Quarter

3rd Quarter

2nd Quarter

1st Quarter


 

2018

4th Quarter

3rd Quarter

2nd Quarter

1st Quarter


 

2017

4th Quarter

3rd Quarter

2nd Quarter (available only in spanish)

1st Quarter (available only in spanish)


 

2016

4th Quarter (available only in spanish)

3rd Quarter (available only in spanish)

 

 

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Sovereign Debt Management Unit

Ministry of Economy and Finance of Uruguay
Colonia 1089 3rd Floor CP 11100 Montevideo - debtinfo@mef.gub.uy

Última Actualización: 29/10/2020