We, our customers, and our clients care about government financial performance benchmarking and the Citizens’ Wealth Framework (CWF), because government financial decisions directly affect the probability and consequences of debt, currency, and financial crises, which have a disproportionally large impact on society’s most financially vulnerable.
JI-Analytics Citizens’ Wealth Framework (CWF) is both “a quantum leap in government financial performance management” and “the greatest advance in sovereign risk analysis”.
The Citizens’ Wealth Framework, which is built on the government total balance sheet (GTBS: all government assets and all government debts), is a quantum leap improvement over the current focus on only the financial debt part of the GTBS and cash deficit metrics, and their relationship to GDP. Ideally, the GTBS is derived from the audited financial statements based on international generally accepted government accounting standards.
The CWF provides positive support to governments seeking to obtain the maximum efficiency and effectiveness from global best practice government financial performance systems.
Citizens’ Wealth provides previously hidden insights into government financial performance and position, and the relationship to GDP for both single government historical benchmarking and peer government benchmarking.
The CWF reveals the most meaningful previously hidden insights, from a financial perspective, in performance over time and at period-ends in Citizens’ Wealth, Government Total Net worth (GTNW), multipliers, value created/destroyed metrics, and in relation to GDP.
From an investment perspective, the CWF revealed systemic misconceptions and provided the smartest intelligence essential to one of the most successful sovereign bond investments in modern times.
Since 2012, JI-Analytics has invested in the Citizens’ Wealth Framework intellectual property over US$250 million, with the work of approximately 300 niche specialists, many among the most renowned in the world, and information mined from every relevant sector and source.
For additional education, see the Citizens’ Wealth Framework 2023, including the following seven sections: Section A. Terminology Definitions; Section B. Terminology Rationale; Section C. 12 KPIs Definitions; Section D. Sources and Methodology; Section E. Citizens’ Wealth Additional Information; Section F. KPIs Formula Examples – United States Federal Government; Section G. Select Citizens’ Wealth KPIs: Basic Math Examples (2001-2021).