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Most countries employ some form of derivatives for risk management purposes, with swaps serving as the most common derivative type. A solid majority of the countries which manage market risk use swaps. 2. OVERVIEW OF RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN OECD COUNTRIES swaps. Forwards are used by relatively few countries, while futures and options are little used. Relatively few countries use asset/liability matching as a means to manage market risk. Those which do, generally use this technique with respect to foreign currency debt.

In simulations over a long horizon, say 30 years, the focus may be on the examination of the long-term characteristics of “steady state” portfolios. The choice of simulation horizon is related to the question of the initial debt composition in the simulation. 3. ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEBT AND RISK MANAGEMENT Implications of assumptions and complexity of simulation model It is important to consider carefully the degree of detail needed in the simulation model. First, the more complex the simulation model, the more resource intensive the development of the model.

See “Assessing Sustainability” (2002) by the International Monetary Fund. See also Annex A in Chapter 1, this volume. 3. ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEBT AND RISK MANAGEMENT 5. See “Guidelines for Public Debt Management” (2003) by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. 6. See Greg Horman (2002), “Sovereign Asset-Liability Management in New Zealand”, New Zealand Debt Management Office, for the experience in New Zealand with the inclusion of the government’s physical assets in an ALM framework for government debt management.

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