IMF Finances


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Projected Payments to the IMF for all members as of November 30, 2016

(In Millions of SDRs)

This schedule shows all currently scheduled payments to the IMF of principal and interest (projected using the latest available rates). Effective April 1, 2009, the time-based repurchase expectations policy – an administrative mechanism meant to induce early repayments was eliminated. This effectively lengthened grace periods and simplified the repayments schedules of Fund lending.


Projected charges and due dates are tentative. GRA charges are due two business days following notification to members shortly after quarter end. Net SDR charges and annual SDR assessments are due on the first day after the end of the quarter and April 30, respectively.

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Projected

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Principal   434.1   3,075.1   5,202.7   9,354.6   9,127.1
Charges/Interest   0.2   1,239.4   1,142.6   963.6   672.1
Total 434.3 4,314.5 6,345.3 10,318.2 9,799.2

 1 The projection of charges and interest assumes that overdue principal at the report date (if any) will remain outstanding, but forthcoming obligations will be settled on time.

2 On October 3, 2016 the IMF Executive Board approved a modified interest rate setting mechanism which effectively sets interest rates to zero on ECF and SCF through December 31, 2018 and possibly longer. The Board also decided to extend zero interest rate on ESF till end 2018 while interest rate on RCF was set to zero in July 2015. Based on these decisions and current projections of SDR rate, the following interest rates are assumed beyond 2018: projected interest charges between 2019 and 2020 are based on 0/0/0/0.25 percent per annum for the ECF, SCF, RCF and ESF, respectively, and beyond 2020 0/0.25/0/0.25 percent per annum. The Executive Board will review the interest rates on concessional lending by end-2018 and every two years thereafter.


Disclaimer
The information provided is for your convenience and is not intended to replace other official IMF reports and statements.