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Government Securities

The New Zealand Debt Management Office issues a range of domestic currency debt securities.

In this section

  • Nominal Bonds

    Nominal bonds are wholesale fixed-term debt securities the Crown issues to and repurchases from registered tender counterparties. Nominal bonds have an initial maturity of one year or more.
  • Inflation-Indexed Bonds

    Inflation-indexed bonds are wholesale fixed-term debt securities with an inflation-indexed component. Inflation-indexed bonds are issued to registered tender counterparties and have an initial maturity of one year or more.
  • Treasury Bills

    Treasury bills are wholesale fixed-term debt securities issued by the Crown to registered tender counterparties. Bills are issued with 3 month, 6 month and 1 year maturities.

Kiwi Bonds

Kiwi bonds are the main product available to individual investors. Kiwi Bonds are offered directly to the New Zealand public.

Last updated: 
Friday, 18 November 2016