Consulting for the development of methodologies for the measurement of risks linked to public-private associations and design of strategies to improve the reporting of the aforementioned risks/contingencies in five countries of the region
Country: Chile – Colombia – Peru – Uruguay
Funder: Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Areas of Expertise: Budget support and other aid modalities – Public Management – Monitoring and Evaluation
Institutional capacities for sovereign risk management have improved in the region, experience is uneven across countries and there is still much room for progress in strengthening the institutional capacities of Latin American and Caribbean countries to manage and mitigate risks associated with Public-Private Partnerships projects.
The overall objective of this consultancy was to contribute to improving the management of risks associated with public-private financing in the region by: generating technical knowledge tailored to the needs of the public sector; developing methodologies for measuring the main sovereign risks; and designing strategies to improve the reporting of these risks/contingencies.