As part of their Global Immersion Training, about 40 Business and Global Affairs Students and eight Faculty heads of the Georgetown University in Washington D.C have paid a visit to the Ministry of Finance.
Domestic Debt Exchange Programme (“DDEP”) Extension
The Government has taken the decision to extend the Expiration Date of the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme from Monday, 16th January 2023 at 4:00 p.m. (GMT) to Tuesday, 31st January 2023 at 4:00 p.m. (GMT) (the “New Expiration Date”).
Government will Deliver Strategic Support to Ghanaian Private Sector Leaders - Ken Ofori-Atta
The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has reiterated Government’s commitment to partner the private sector in the economic transformation of the country.
Ghana Euro Bondholders Form Representative Committee
Following the public statements by the Government of Ghana of its intention to seek a restructuring of its external debt, international holders of Ghana’s Eurobonds have organized to form a bondholder creditor committee (the “Committee”). The Committee is representative of a diverse group of institutional investors including mutual funds, asset managers, insurance firms, hedge funds, and family offices.
IMF on Staff Level Agreement (SLA) for an IMF-Supported Programme
I will like to first of all thank the almighty God for providing the needed guidance to the GoG and the Fund to get us where we are today.
Government of Ghana Domestic Debt Exchange: Potential Financial Sector Impacts and Mitigating Safeguards
On 5th December 2022, the Government of Ghana launched Ghana’s Domestic Debt Exchange programme, an invitation for the voluntary exchange of approximately GHS137 billion of the domestic notes and bonds of the Republic, including E.S.L.A. and Daakye bonds, for a package of New Bonds to be issued by the Republic.