The Dutch State Treasury Agency is, on behalf of the Minister of Finance, responsible for the management of the Dutch State debt. This website provides information about the debt and issuance of bonds by the DSTA. See here for more information on the organisation.
On 30 December 2016 the total Dutch State debt was € 363.387.711.749. See for more information the Monthly reports.
Dutch State reopens 5-year bond
On Tuesday 24 January 2017 the Dutch State will reopen the ‘DSL 0% 15 January 2022’.
DSTA announces auction date, maturity date, reference bond and target volume for new 10-year benchmark bond
In its Outlook 2017, the DSTA announced that it would issue a new 10-year benchmark bond. The DSTA indicated that the window...
Reopening DSL 2047 raises € 940 million
The reopening of the off-the-run ‘DSL 2.75% 15 January 2047’ today raised an amount of € 940 million. Settlement is on Thursday...
Dutch State reopens DSL 2047 and updates borrowing requirement for 2017
On Tuesday 10 January 2017, the Dutch State Treasury Agency will reopen the DSL 2.75% 15 January 2047.
DSTA appoints ABN AMRO Bank, Jefferies and NatWest Markets as advisors for new 10-year DDA
The Dutch State Treasury Agency (DSTA) has appointed ABN AMRO Bank, Jefferies and NatWest Markets as its advisors for the ...