Thursday February 20, 2020

NTMA sees high demand as it raises €3.75bn

UPDATE: The National Treasury Management Agency has confirmed it raised €3.75 billion with Ireland's first bond issue since exiting the international bailout, it said.

7th January, 2014
NTMA headquarters in Dublin.

The National Treasury Management Agency has raised €3.75 billion with Ireland's first bond issue since exiting the international bailout. it said.

The money was raised at an interest rate of 3.543 per cent and demand was about €14 billion for the new ten year bonds, it said. The order book included interest from over 400 fund managers, pension funds, insurance companies, banks and other investors, including some from the Middle East and Asia.

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