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International Finance

The area of international finance advises the Ministry of Finance on strategies for the investment and oversight of resources of the Economic and Social Stabilization Fund (FEES), the Pension Reserve Fund (FRP), as well as other government surpluses. 

The area is also responsible for the sovereign’s debt management strategy and implementation, ensuring the sovereign’s financing needs are met, while at the same time, contributing to the to the liquidity and depth of local financial markets. To do so, the international finance area coordinates closely with the Financial Committee, the Treasury of the Republic, the Budget Office, and the Central Bank of Chile, in its role as fiscal agent.

In addition, the area manages relationships with foreign investors and fosters international financial integration by promoting our markets abroad and by strengthening ties between domestic and international capital markets. It also evaluates strategies to develop new instruments for financing, investing, and mitigating risk.

Finally, the area of international finance also is responsible for Chile’s relationships with international financial institutions such as the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the International Monetary Fund (jointly with the Central Bank of Chile), as well as international economic forums such as the G20, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Pacific Alliance, among others.

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