Storkey & Co Limited is an international
management consultancy providing independent specialist advice on government debt and cash management to central and state/regional/local governments, and government enterprises.
The company employs or works in partnership with recognised experts
who have considerable international
experience in the finance markets and in public sector debt management. With their extensive project and change management expertise
, they have developed an international reputation for delivering the highest quality practical solutions.
Consultancy Director Ian Storkey has spent 30 years working in financial markets and public sector debt management as an international consultant and for
the New Zealand Treasury (Debt Management Office) in Wellington and London. Over the past 15 years, this work has been focussed on providing policy advice and project management expertise to
government clients to enable them to build their capacity and systems in public debt and cash management.
Since the company was established in early 2001, assignments have been undertaken in the areas of public debt and cash management,
and treasury debt/risk management systems in Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Burundi, Cambodia, Canada, China, Colombia, Ethiopia, Fiji,
Ghana, Guyana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Kosovo, Kenya, Laos, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malawi, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nauru, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Peru,
Philippines, Rwanda, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Thailand, The Gambia, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
The company's expertise has been highly valued by the Asian
Development Bank, AusAID, Commonwealth Secretariat, DCI, DFID, EU, IMF, NZAID, SECO, UNCTAD, UNDP, USAID and World Bank
on technical assistance projects covering public sector cash, debt and risk management, including capacity building and training.
Storkey and Co Limited's website provides information on public
debt management, including the issues associated with the establishment of a debt management office (DMO). There is a
library of recent documents and presentations along a list of events containing upcoming training courses, conferences and recent
developments in debt management theory and practice. There are useful links
to international institutions such as the ADB, AfDB, CS-DRMS, DMFAS, ECCB, HIPC, IDB, MEFMI, OECD, PDM,
UNITAR, WAIFEM, World Bank, sovereign debt offices, debt management units, sub-national debt management units and other relevant or useful sites.