Investments and Debt Management Department

The Investments and Debt Management Department (IDM) was established in 2002 and drew its mandate from the Loans and Guarantees Authorization Act, Cap 366 and Cap 600 of the Laws of Zambia. IDM is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of the performance of Government investments and the management of Government’s debt stock, both domestic and external. The Department is also responsible for managing a comprehensive database for the country’s domestic & external debt, meeting debt service payment obligations and is involved in the operations of the capital market in order to satisfy Government cash flow requirements.

“To mobilize and manage resources in the form of loans and returns on investments in order to satisfy cashflow requirements of government’s annual work-plan and enhance economic development.”

Internal Audit  |  Domestic Debt | Government Investments

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