This paper reviews the coordinated portfolio investment survey (CPIS) guide. The objectives of CPIS are to collect comprehensive information, with geographical detail on the country of residence of the issuer, on the stock of cross-border equities, long-term bonds and notes, and short-term debt instruments for use in the compilation or improvement of international investment position statistics on portfolio investment capital. This paper discusses the scope and modalities of the CPIS. It also presents key findings of the 1997 CPIS and 2001 CPIS.For example, a small aggregate survey could be handled by a commercial spreadsheet program, whereas a large, detailed survey could require a relational database. ... This list is provided for information purposes only; the Task Force makes no recommendations. ... Those compilers conducting a national survey for the first time need to be especially vigilant in checking the data supplied; the moreanbsp;...
|Title||:||Coordinated Portfolio Investment Survey Guide (second edition)|
|Author||:||International Monetary Fund|
|Publisher||:||International Monetary Fund - 2002-05-10|