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(Video) Sri Lanka hopeful for 1st IMF tranche before end of 2022 – Governor

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – Sri Lanka is hopeful that the first tranche of the IMF disbursement will be available before the end of 2022, but it depends on cooperation from the creditors and assurances, revealed Central Bank Governor Dr.

Nandalal Weerasinghe on Friday (23). He was speaking in an update to creditors forum organized by Clifford Chance and Lazard, the eavyweight financial and legal advisers selected by Sri Lanka for its debt restructuring process.Expected timeline for the Debt Restructuring Process: Central Bank Governor Dr.

Nandalal Weerasinghe on Friday (23)  said that the perimeter of Sri Lanka's debt exercise is still being considered, with the assistance of Clifford Chance and Lazard, while the issue of domestic debt is being looked at very carefully given the impact it may have on the stability of Sri Lanka's banking sector, and the over all macro fiscal framework.Noting that political reform was not a requirement from the IMF for the assistance, the Governor went on to note that there were two key elements noted in the program, addressing corruption vulnerabilities and medium-long term growth reforms.The Central Bank Governor said that before the IMF program is in place, Sri Lanka must obtain financial assurances from bilateral creditors, and on the SOE debt is under consideration for the restructuring process as well."We are in discussion with the IMF on how best we can deal with government guarunteed SOE debt.

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