NIB's borrowing strategy is designed to meet demands from investors for high-quality assets and at the same time to offer flexibility. NIB seeks to be a reliable partner offering value and diversification to investors by providing them with a wide range of bonds in different sizes, currencies, maturities and structures.
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Annual Report, Treasury
The financial information on the period of January-April 2013 is now available.
17 Jun 2013
NIB has increased its Kauri issue due 30 January 2018 with NZD 175 million. The total size of the deal has thus been brought to NZD 700 million.
28 May 2013
NIB has issued its fourth increase, AUD 100 million, to its 10-year Kangaroo issue due 19 April 2022.
15 May 2013
Halfway through 2013, the Bank has accomplished 66% of the funding requirements for the year, having issued a milestone USD 2 billion benchmark
12 Jun 2013
Environmental bonds have become a well-established asset for a growing number of investors in recent years. Pursuant to its mandate, NIB offers investments targeted at environmental improvements.
26 Apr 2013
NIB has revised its method for collective impairments. They are in the 2012 income statement in addition to the allowances for specific impairments. Head of Funding and Investor Relations, Mr Jens Hellerup gives his thoughts on the subject.
12 Mar 2013