A macro-fiscal debt sustainability analysis submission to the Arab Stabilization Plan (ASP) for the Egypt Task Force (ETF) to the Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs, Abu Dhabi. The study reviewed all macro-economic, fiscal, debt and monetary assumptions within a five year projection, to be presented to the World Economic Forum (WEF) by Majid Jafar. The study reflected recent debt as a result of the Second Suez Canal and New Cairo City, and was in line with IMF standard macro-fiscal framework analysis.
The study aimed to provide an overall snapshot of Egypt’s current and potential macroeconomic and fiscal situation, identify key fiscal and economic constraints, understand the dynamics of Egypt’s current debt burden and provide policy suggestions/options on possible debt restructuring or burden reduction.
Consultancy services for the development of macro-fiscal debt sustainability analysis framework for Egypt presented to the World Economic Forum and Davos.
Provided the basis for WEF discussion on private sector engagement in Egypt, and in support of ongoing discussions between the Egyptian Minister of Finance and the IMF.
Egypt Macro-Fiscal Debt Sustainability Analysis
"Geopolicity prepared the Arab Stabilization Plan concept policy paper for us, which was presented to Middle East and world leaders, and at the World Economic Forum. The plan has been extremely well received and their strategic economic advisory is world class. The work was delivered on time, on budget, and was exactly aligned with our thinking and needs as client."
Majid Jafar, CEO of Crescent Petroleum and Founder, Arab Stabilization Plan. Voted World's 100 Most Powerful Arabs - Thinkers. United Arab Emirates.