Planned project activities to be implemented during the second half of the 2021-year by the PPF Project are included in the attached file.
During January-June 2021, the PPF Project has continued implementing its planned activities with international experts’ missions in Moldova despite the COVID pandemic.
The summary of results achieved is included in the attached file.
The PPF Project is pleased to announce an online training course on the tools and methods for performing financial analysis and risk assessment. The course was designed for the employees of the Ministry of Finance and will be delivered during 1-3 June, 2021.
Structured in 6 modules, the course will combine theory with exercises aimed at enhancing the participants’ analytical and practical skills.
The course will be delivered by the Project experts, Constantinos Kyriakopoulos and Daniela Cotorobai.
The MoF team has succeeded to issue for the first time a 7-year government bond in the domestic market. The success is significant and against the odds of the unfolding COVID-19 crisis and other current difficulties. It is also a reflection of the MoF commitment to continue developing the domestic market for government securities and extend the maturity profile of overall government debt denominated in MDL. The success also marks the beginning of a renewed channel of communication between the MoF and the Primary Dealer banks of Moldova, geared towards the common goal of developing the Moldovan capital market. Our team is proud to have assisted the MoF in this process which is an essential element towards sustainable government financing as well as economic development.
From 30 March to 8 April 2021 the Project delivered online the first two cycles of the newly designed training course on ‘Costing of Public Investment Projects’ to officials of Moldovan central public authorities and the Ministry of Finance.
As part of our Project’s training package, we are in the process of designing a training course on Financial Analysis and Risk Assessment Skills. In order to ensure that the design of this course is suited to needs, we have prepared a Training Needs Assessment.
The 1st Steering Committee Meeting of the Project took place on 12 March 2021. The Project Steering Committee supervises the implementation of the Project. The Meeting is routinely co-chaired by the Ministry of Finance and EU Delegation.
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