22nd OECD Global Forum on Public Debt Management

The OECD Global Forum on Public Debt Management is a roundtable meeting where public debt managers from the OECD area (as well regulators, central bankers, other financial policy makers and, on occasion, private sector participants) discuss best practices, experiences, and policies in the field of government debt management and the development of government and corporate securities markets with their counterparts from non-OECD countries. Discussions will focus on the stability of foreign inflows and funding strategies and whether linkers are cost effective. A session jointly organised with the BIS will focus on central banks and public debt management in emerging market economies and the extent to which maturity decisions of debt managers are influenced by explicit macroeconomic or financial market objectives.