New Zealand Debt Management

Wednesday, 07 February 2018
Feb/Mar Supplement 2018

Government-sector issuers roundtable part two: New Zealand perspectives

The New Zealand government-sector bond market is well placed going into 2018, issuers tell KangaNews. A positive economic story and projected lower issuance from the sovereign should support a solid supply-demand dynamic – though issuers say they continue to work hard at investor engagement at home and abroad.

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

NZDM decreases 2020/21 issuance programme by NZ$10 billion

On 16 September, New Zealand Debt Management (NZDM) (AA+/Aaa/AA+) decreased its New Zealand government bond (NZGB) programme for the 2020/21 financial year to NZ$50 billion (US$33.5 billion) from the NZ$60 billion announced at the Budget Economic and Fiscal Update 2020 in May.

Thursday, 10 September 2020
Aug/Sep 2020

Flux capacity

New Zealand market participants gathered virtually on 20 August for the ANZ-KangaNews New Zealand Capital Markets Forum (NZCMF). New Zealand’s economy, politics and COVID-19 response are setting the market’s parameters, and discussion focused on managing through and beyond the current rocky patch.

Sunday, 23 August 2020

NZDM launches syndicated April 2027 increase

On 24 August, New Zealand Debt Management (NZDM) (AA+/Aaa/AA+) launched a NZ$2-4 billion (US$1.3-2.6 billion) syndicated tap of its April 2027 line. The forthcoming deal is being marketed at 18-22 basis points area over the April 2025 nominal bond. Pricing is expected on the day after launch, according to lead managers ANZ, BNZ, Commonwealth Bank and UBS.

Wednesday, 19 August 2020

NZDM announces syndicate for April 2027 tap

On 19 August, New Zealand Debt Management (NZDM) (AA+/Aaa/AA+) announced ANZ, BNZ, Commonwealth Bank and UBS as lead managers for a syndicated tap of its April 2027 nominal bond. The deal is expected to launch in the week beginning 24 August.

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