OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute, in collaboration with the Emerging Markets Investors Alliance, is launching its Global sovereign debt forum. This annual event will convene debt management offices from across central and eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia, along with multilateral developments banks, portfolio managers and other key market participants.

This will be a truly global event, shining a light onto fast-growing economies to discuss their funding plans and how they are developing their investor bases. It will include sessions on investor relations and issuance plans as well as dedicated sessions on multilateral development bank hybrid capital and sustainable bonds.

As with all SDI in-person events, the entire day will be off the record with no media in attendance to encourage participants to speak freely and stimulate authentic discussions.

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Hear from the biggest names in the public sector debt markets

Confirmed speakers for this year's summit

Andreas-Babes

András Bebes

Research
Government Debt Management Agency
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Yuriy Butsa

Government Commissioner
Public Debt Management, Ukraine
Daniel Bytcanek

Daniel Bytcanek

Managing Director
ARDAL, Slovakia
Massimiliano Castelli

Massimiliano Castelli

Head of Strategy, Sovereign Institutions
UBS Global Asset Management
Marie Diron

Marie Diron

Managing Director, Sovereign Risk
Moody’s Ratings
Marjan Divjak

Marjan Divjak

Director General, Treasury
Ministry of Finance, Slovenia
Nick-Eisinger

Nick Eisinger

Co-head of Active Emerging Markets Fixed Income
Vanguard
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Esther Finnbogadóttir

Head of Funding and Debt Management
Iceland’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs
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Nicholas Hardingham

Director, Emerging Market Debt
Franklin Templeton
Jana Harbey

Jana Harvey

Senior Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets
RBC BlueBay Asset Management
Tongai Kunorubwe

Tongai Kunorubwe

Head of ESG Fixed Income
T. Rowe Price
Shrey Kohli – Head of Debt Capital Markets and Product Origination, London Stock Exchange

Shrey Kohli

Head of Debt Capital Markets and Product Origination
London Stock Exchange Group
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Yuri Kuroki

Head of Funding, Americas Treasury Market Operations
International Finance Corporation
Isabelle-Laurent

Isabelle Laurent

Deputy Treasurer and Head of Funding
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Brian Mangwiro

Brian Mangwiro

Portfolio Manager, Global Sovereign Debt and Currencies
Barings
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Stefan Nanu

Head of Public Debt Management and State Treasury
Ministry of Finance, Romania
Kaan Nazli

Kaan Nazli

Senior Portfolio Manager and Economist, Emerging Markets Debt
Neuberger Berman
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Ashok Parameswaran

President and Founder
Emerging Markets Investors Alliance
Simon Quijano-Evans

Simon Quijano-Evans

Chief Economist
Gemcorp
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Omar Sefiani

Treasurer
African Development Bank

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About the Sovereign Debt Institute

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OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute is an important forum for issuers and investors in the public sector debt markets to discuss their priorities and concerns. The intimate format of our events has generated positive feedback from both borrowers and the buyside.

Events hosted by the SDI during 2023 generated deep discussions about core issues affecting the public sector debt markets. These included concerns about liquidity, incentives for primary dealers, the disappearance of the ‘greenium’, the impact of private placements, the role of hedge funds and the development of market infrastructure.

Throughout 2024, we will build on the success of our 2023 calendar. This will include a mixture of flagship forums with larger numbers of issuers and investors, as well as more focused groups for discussions on specific issues.

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