IMF paper considers risks to sovereign assets


A working paper published today (October 5) by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) identifies the usefulness of a sovereign asset and liability management (ALM) framework in recognising and managing financial exposures.

The authors, Udaibir Das, Yinqiu Lu, Michael Papaioannou and Iva Petrova, say sovereign ALM can be used to ensure a country's balance sheet supports a "sustainable policy path and economic growth". The key determinants of sovereign assets and liabilities include movements in

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