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Mr. Marc C Dobler, Ender Emre, Alessandro Gullo, Deeksha Kale, Mr. Tobias Adrian, and Rhoda Weeks-Brown

This technical note and manual (TNM) addresses the following issues: advantages and disadvantages of different types of depositor preference, international best practice and experience in adopting depositor preference, and introducing depositor preference in jurisdictions with or without deposit insurance.

Ian Storkey and Mr. Sanjeev Gupta

This technical note and manual addresses the following main issues: 1. What is operational risk management and how this should be applied to treasury operations. 2. What is business continuity and disaster recovery planning and why it is important for treasury operations? 3. How to develop and implement a business continuity and disaster recovery plan using a six practical-step process and how to have it imbedded into the day-to-day operations of the treasury. 4. What is needed to activate and what are the key procedures when activating the disaster recovery plan.

Israel Fainboim Yaker and Sailendra Pattanayak
En este número de la serie de Notas Técnicas y Manuales se abordan los siguientes temas: 1. Se examinan los problemas que se derivan de la aplicación de mecanismos bancarios fragmentados para las operaciones del gobierno, y la forma de abordarlos mediante la creación de una cuenta única de tesorería (CUT). 2. Se explica el concepto de CUT y se describen sus características. 3. Se explican los problemas de diseño que deben tenerse en cuenta al establecer una CUT. 4. Se consideran los prerrequisitos y las cuestiones relacionadas con la secuencia e implementación de una CUT.
Israel Fainboim Yaker and Sailendra Pattanayak
This technical note and manual addresses the following main issues: 1. Discusses the problems of fragmented government banking arrangements and how a treasury single account (TSA) could address them. 2. Explains the concept of a TSA and describes its features. 3. Discusses the design issues that need to be considered in setting up a TSA system. 4. Discusses the preconditions and key sequencing and implementation issues that need to be addressed in establishing a TSA.
International Monetary Fund
Las Notas Técnicas y Manuales son preparados por los departamentos del FMI con el fin de difundir sus recomendaciones de asistencia técnica entre una audiencia más amplia. Estos estudios presentan recomendaciones y orientaciones de carácter general, extraídas en parte de informes de asistencia técnica que no se han publicado. Esta nueva serie se publica desde agosto de 2009.
Mr. James Daniel, Jose M Garrido, and Ms. Marina Moretti
This note considers the role debt-equity conversions and NPL securitization can play in addressing excessive corporate debt in China, and the corresponding burden on banks of impaired assets. It finds that such techniques can play a role, but getting their design right is critical, as is nesting them within a comprehensive, system-wide, plan.
Mr. Marc C Dobler, Ender Emre, Alessandro Gullo, and Deeksha Kale
This technical note and manual (TNM) addresses the following issues: advantages and disadvantages of different types of depositor preference, international best practice and experience in adopting depositor preference, and introducing depositor preference in jurisdictions with or without deposit insurance.
International Monetary Fund
This technical note and manual addresses the following main issues: 1. What is operational risk management and how this should be applied to treasury operations. 2. What is business continuity and disaster recovery planning and why it is important for treasury operations? 3. How to develop and implement a business continuity and disaster recovery plan using a six practical-step process and how to have it imbedded into the day-to-day operations of the treasury. 4. What is needed to activate and what are the key procedures when activating the disaster recovery plan.
Mr. Ian Lienert
This technical note describes the objectives of modern cash management. The note highlights that cash management is necessary because there are mismatches between the timing of payments and the availability of cash. All definitions of cash management emphasize the time value of government money. This note elaborates good cash management practices in developed countries, and the main features of the framework for short-term cash planning. Challenges for improving cash management in low- and middle-income countries are also discussed.
International Monetary Fund
This technical note describes the interaction of government cash management with other financial policies. The note offers guidance on policy, institutional, and practical issues for governments looking to develop a more sophisticated cash management function, specifically to move toward more active cash management. This involves financial market intervention by the government cash manager, with the aim of smoothing the projected short-term profile of the government’s net cash balances. The note is particularly relevant to emerging market countries where there are already functioning, if not necessarily well-developed, domestic money and bond markets.