Developing African Bond Market

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Monday, March 19, 2018 /6:10 PM / NSE, AFDB 

Local Currency Bond Markets Development
 
Financing needs related to the Sustainable Development Goals: USD 3,000 to 4000 for developing countries Incremental financing needs for SDGs in Africa: USD 614-638 milliards de dollars (Guido SchmidtTraub (2015)

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African Bond Markets Landscape
Outstanding amount (bonds and bills) as end of2016: USD 368 bn 

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Amount issued in 2016 on African domestic debt markets : USD 222 bn


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The African Financial Markets Initiative
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Comprehensive database to provide updated, reliable and complete information on African domestic bond markets,
www.africanbondmarkets.org

·  Improving the availability and transparency of African fixed income markets-related data

· Reconciling and standardizing data produced by several institutions, using different concepts and methods.

·  Enhancing the quality of financial statistics on the continent

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ADBF as A Game Changer
Enhanced Index Fund: Fund that tracks a particular Index(ABABI), but with some modifications in order to diversify and to attract additional countries. It is a mix of active and passive strategies.

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ADBF is a flagship project of the Bank to support local currency bond markets development:

·       A double-digit yield pick-up opportunity

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A portfolio diversification opportunity

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A tool contributing to regional integration

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A innovative product that is cost-effective and transparent

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