Showcasing good practices in Public Financial Management

In this series of video case studies, taken from a June 2019 IFAC and ACCA joint series, we highlight the real stories and positive impacts of implementing strong Public Financial Management.

The core objective of Public Financial Management (PFM) is to improve citizens' lives through better management of public money. PFM affects how funding is used to address national and local priorities. It also affects the availability of resources for investment and the cost-effectiveness of public services. The general public are likely to have greater trust in public sector organisations where there is strong financial stewardship; accountability; and transparency in the use of public funds.

Examples from around the world

First week of case studies

Second wave of case studies

Third wave of case studies