New Zealand Government Securities are issued by the Treasury on behalf of the New Zealand Crown. These securities provide investors with exposure to a strong fiscal and institutional framework, a diverse and robust economy, a sovereign credit rating in the top twenty globally, and a yield above many peers.
This overview provides investors with insights into New Zealand's:
- Institutional Framework and Economic Structure
- Economic and Fiscal Performance
- Government Securities Market
The overview also includes background information on participating in the New Zealand Government Securities Market.
Kim Martin | Acting Director, Capital Markets
Tel: +64 4 890 7274 | Email: [email protected]
- The Treasury is the Government's lead economic and financial adviser. The Treasury provide advice to the Government on its overarching economic framework, on its fiscal strategy and on achieving value for money from its investments.
- New Zealand Government Securities are issued in the name of “Her Majesty the Queen in right of New Zealand”.
- The data is updated as at 31 July 2020.
This document is for general information purposes only. It is not a product disclosure statement, disclosure document or other offer document under New Zealand law or any other law. This document is not, and does not constitute financial advice. All reasonable care has been taken in relation to the preparation and collation of this document. Except for statutory liability which may not be excluded, no person, including the Treasury or any person mentioned in this document accepts responsibility for any loss or damage howsoever occurring resulting from the use or reliance on this document by any person. Any person considering investing in New Zealand Government Securities must refer to any relevant offer documents and disclosures provided expressly in connection with those securities and should take their own independent financial and legal advice on their proposed investment.