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Financial Reform for Economic Development in Asia - Public Sector Forum 2016

By: (Tuesday, May/31/2016)

May 2016

CAPA and the World Bank jointly organised the second Financial Reform for Economic Development Forum (FRED 2) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, focused on the public sector in Asia. This event was partly sponsored by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy (CIPFA) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Malaysia.

Themed 'Driving Future Outcomes from Past Experience', the forum explores how improved public financial management contributes to strengthening the public sector, improving government accountability and transparency, thereby supporting poverty reduction and economic growth. Read more about the Forum here.

Click on the links below to access various materials from the forum, including Program, Speaker Profiles, a summary of the Forum Outcomes, selected Presentations and Photographs.

Forum Program & Speaker Profiles

Summary of Forum Outcomes

Selected Presentations

Plenary A: Emerging Trends in Asia - Implications for Public Financial Management

Plenary B: Improving Public Financial Management, Part 1 - PFM Retrospective Study

Plenary C: Improving Public Financial Management, Part 2 - View from the Profession

Breakout 1: What are the practical challenges in implementing IPSAS?

Breakout 2: Public Private Partnership in Audit - Win-win Collaborations?

Plenary D: Partnering with the Private Sector - Improving Outcomes

Plenary E: Public Financial Management - Driving Future Outcomes from Past Experience

Plenary F: CAPA Publication Launch - Attracting and Retaining Finance Personnel in the Public Sector

Reports from Breakout Sessions

Plenary G: Open Forum - Speaking up for Asia

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