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Southern Europe Citizens' Wealth

High Value-Add Analysis - Jan 2023 (#00577)
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This HVA provides powerful insights into the financial performance of major southern European governments for the past five and ten years (2017-2022 and 2012-2022). Five major European countries are analysed: France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. The Citizens’ Wealth framework is a quantifiable improvement over the focus on Government Gross Debt as a percentage of GDP. Learn each government's Citizens' Wealth related key performance indicators at the start of 2012 and the end of 2022. Discover how each country ranks among its peers. Stay at the macro level of understanding or delve into the granular details. As an added bonus, get an unprecedented high-level preview of the supporting government summary balance sheets built by JI-Analytics, based on international government accounting standards. This HVA provides all the Excel backup information.

The Citizens’ Wealth framework provides a true and fair picture of government financial performance, and represents a quantifiable improvement over other commonly used metrics. Citizens' Wealth metrics have been called both "a quantum leap in government financial performance management" and "the greatest advance in sovereign risk analysis".

Important insights senior-decision makers will gain from this HVA include:

 1. What are the rankings among the five South European countries?

2. Have the most important Citizens' Wealth key performance indicators changed over the past ten years (2012 to 2022)?

3. Where do the five countries stand at the end of 2022?

4. How do the insights from the Citizens' Wealth KPI compare to the more common metrics such as government net debt and government gross debt?

5. Does this HVA provide approximations of government key balance sheet numbers based on international government accounting standards?

6. What was the balance sheet performance of these 5 governments over the past decades?

7. How do Citizens' Wealth performance indicators change when purchasing power parity (PPP) GDP replaces nominal GDP?