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Our expertise is in designing and delivering professional staff development programs for staff of macro-fiscal institutions, CSOs, and the private sector.

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An important element of our capacity-building approach is our PFM Academy which collaborates with other institutions to offer training to individuals and institutions.

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PFM Tax Africa works with public and private sector clients and partners to coordinate advice and assistance to private sector and to Government Business Entities (GBEs).

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PFM NEWS & OPINIONS

  • We need a special deficit and debt reduction programme – Terkper urges

    After a careful study of the trajectory of the current and projected levels of government debts and deficits, the former Finance Minister, Seth E. Terkper has called for a ‘Special Deficit and Debt’ control program to curb or ameliorate what he described as a “looming fiscal crisis.” Readers will recall that just some few days

    April 20, 2021
  • Ghana’s economy to swell to $83.2 billion in value by 2023

    The size of Ghana’s economy is projected to swell from $62.8 billion in 2020 to $83.2 billion by the end of 2023. According to Fitch Solutions, research arm of credit rating agency, Fitch Ratings, the expansion of Ghana’s economy is expected to start this year, with the economy growing by $7.2 billion in monetary terms.

    April 20, 2021
  • IMF expresses worry over Ghana’s rising debt stock

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF), has expressed worry over Ghana’s rising debt stock noting the country has to implement some drastic measures to contain the debt situation. Addressing the issue, Director of the African Department of the IMF, Abebe Amero Selassie, adviced government that it revise some of its debt sustainability programmes. “Our engagement with

    April 19, 2021
  • IMF foresees Ghana outperforming the rest of Africa

    Last week, the latest Fiscal Monitor report from the International Monetary Fund, dated April 2021, generated headlines across Ghana for one reason – it put Ghana’s fiscal deficit for 2020 at 16.0 percent which is considerably higher than the 11.7 percent claimed by the Government of Ghana. Last week, the latest Fiscal Monitor report from

    April 19, 2021
  • Working Toward a Green, Resilient, and Inclusive Recovery

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented health, economic, and social crisis. It is threatening the lives and livelihoods of millions, increasing poverty and inequality, and reversing development gains. To move toward a global recovery will require sustained, differentiated, and targeted financial and technical support to governments and the private sector. These were key messages

    April 17, 2021
  • Ghana is not a low-income country – Prof Quartey

    The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) classification of Ghana as a Low-income economy is a narrow way of defining a country’s economic status, Professor Peter Quartey has said. Prof Quartey, who is the Head, Economics Division, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana, said just looking at the fiscal data, revenue, expenditure,

    April 17, 2021
  • We’ll not borrow at any price but bond issue not called off – Terkper

    The government says it is not under pressure to refinance the country’s maiden bond issued in 2007 “at any price”, hence the decision to pause in pricing a new 2016 Eurobond until market conditions improve. Speaking to the Daily Graphic about developments concerning the ongoing programme to refinance the balance of all or part of

    April 17, 2021
  • Ghana’s debt service as a ratio of tax revenues to rise by 20% – IMF

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Ghana’s debt service relative to tax revenues is expected to continue on an elevated path increasing by 20 percent in the medium-term. According to the Bretton Wood institution in its April 2021 Fiscal Monitor Report, despite the country’s debt stabilizing over the medium term, its debt service payments

    April 16, 2021
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