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New Zealand Government Financial Performance Analysis: 2017-2022

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High Value-Add Analysis - Oct 2023 (#00603)
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High Value-Add Analysis #603 (HVA #603) provides a uniquely insightful and important analysis into the government financial performance of global benchmark New Zealand for the past five years (2017-2022) by using the Citizens’ Wealth framework and its 12 KPIs.

Senior decision-makers should care about government financial performance and position because government financial decisions directly affect the probability and consequences of debt, currency, and financial crises, which have a disproportionally large impact on the most financially vulnerable.

  • Learn why the Citizens' Wealth framework and its 12 KPIs have been called both "a quantum leap in government financial performance management" and "the greatest advance in sovereign risk analysis".
  • Learn how to use the Citizens’ Wealth 12 KPIs to better understand and make higher integrity government financial prioritization and impact decisions.
  • HVA #603 provides Excel files.

Additional knowledge, from a financial perspective, senior decision-makers will quickly gain from HVA #603:

  1. Key numbers to remember when analyzing the government financial performance of New Zealand.
  2. The Citizens’ Wealth framework with its 12 KPIs.
  3. Comparison of New Zealand Citizens' Wealth 2017-2022 Actual vs. Forecasted with four scenarios of nominal / real GDP and Government Total Net Worth as reported / adjusted for PP&E revaluations.
  4. Taxpayer Funds between 2018 and 2022 comparison of actual forecasted.
  5. Contribution of the PP&E Revaluation Reserve to the Net Worth attributable to the Crown from 2018 to 2022.
  6. PP&E Annual Revaluations as a percentage of prior year PP&E.
  7. Comparison of actual and forecasted Gross and Net Debt figures for 2018-2022 by IMF and the New Zealand Government.
  8. Gross and Net Debt terms, components, and numbers for 2017 and 2022.