The Arab Debt Market Development Initiative (ADMDI) is a joint project of the AMF and the IMF aimed at improving the efficiency and enhance the functioning of the public and corporate debt market in countries that are members of the AMF. Many benefits are expected to derive from the ADMDI project, including the identification of a set of supply side policies that will develop and enhance liquid bond markets, improve the cost of financing of the public and private sector while reducing risk. Overall, such policies should contribute to an overall strengthening of the domestic financial system, with enhanced access to capital markets for both the public and private sectors.

Building on country-specific experience, ADMDI aims to identify a framework that will facilitate the development of domestic debt markets in AMF member countries.