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This paper puts forward a number of measures which, if implemented, would eliminate the income gap in FY07. However, these measure still leave a large financing gap moving forward. Therefore, further work is needed to examine mechanisms for financing the Fund’s operations in the medium-term in a manner that ensures that the Fund has a sound financial basis to operate without relying on sharp growth in lending.
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medium term. 3 Precautionary Balances. The Fund’s precautionary balances are held primarily to mitigate credit and income risk. The current credit and income outlook suggests that a pause in the Board’s agreed strategy for accumulating reserves is needed while additional income options are being developed. 7. This paper puts forward a number of measures which, if implemented, would eliminate the income gap in FY07. However, these measure still leave a large financing gap moving forward. Therefore, further work is needed to examine mechanisms for financing the

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disposition of investment income, the overall income position of the General Resources Account (GRA), and the annual reimbursement of the GRA for the expenses of conducting the business of the SDR Department and the MDRI-I Trust; Section IV reviews the FY 2010 income outlook, including the margin for the rate of charge; Section V reviews the burden sharing mechanism; and Section VI reviews special charges. II. Review of the FY 2009 Income Position 3. Overall net income for FY 2009 is projected at about SDR 80 million compared with SDR 7 million at the midyear

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This paper reviews the outlook for the Fund’s income position for the financial year 2009 taking into account developments through the first half of the year. The FY 2009 income outlook has improved, mainly as a result of new lending activity associated with the turmoil in global financial markets, together, to a lesser extent, with stronger-than-projected returns in the Investment Account (IA) in the first half of the financial year. The updated projections indicate that the net income position would be slightly positive in FY 2009. However, the actual outcome remains subject to considerable uncertainty related to the timing and amounts of disbursements under current arrangements, as well as potential new arrangements and the performance of the IA
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In March and April this year, Executive Directors had wide-ranging discussions on the Fund’s income outlook, which has changed significantly following the recent sharp decline in credit outstanding. Directors supported the proposal for a two-pronged strategy that would involve, first, immediate steps to address the projected income shortfall in FY2007 under current policies and within the framework of the FY2007 budget and, second, development of a broader work plan on the options to ensure a stable and sustainable income base.
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This paper reviews the Fund’s income position for FY 2012 and FY 2013?14.1 The paper updates projections provided at the FY 2012 midyear review and proposes decisions for the current and next two financial years. These decisions include setting the margin for the rate of charge under the new Rule I-6(4) that the Executive Board adopted in December 2011.2 The new rule is based on principles endorsed by the Executive Board in April 2008 and that have guided decisions on setting the margin since FY 2009. Section II reviews the FY 2012 income position and main changes from the midyear projections; Section III makes proposals on the disposition of net income, and placement to reserves; Section IV discusses the margin on the rate of charge for FY 2013?14, the income outlook for that period, and projected burden sharing adjustments; and Section V reviews special charges.