The Dutch State Treasury Agency (DSTA), known in the Netherlands as the Agentschap, finances the Dutch State by efficiently managing the national debt and public money in the treasury, and by setting up the state's payment system.
Dutch State debt
The Dutch State Treasury Agency is, on behalf of the Minister of Finance, responsible for the management of the Dutch State debt. On 30 November 2023 the total Dutch State debt was € 391,746,446,061.92. You can find more statistical information here about the Dutch State debt.
Dutch State will not exercise the option to reopen an existing DSL on 14 November 2023
08-11-2023 | 13:00
In the Quarterly Outlook for the fourth quarter of 2023, the Dutch State Treasury Agency (DSTA) announced it would be designating ...
Reopening of the DSL 15 July 2033 raises €1.995 billion
24-10-2023 | 13:30
The reopening of the DSL 2.50% 15 July 2033 today raised an amount of €1.995 billion. Settlement is on Thursday 26 October 2023.
The Dutch State Treasury Agency has started the procedure of selecting Primary Dealers for 2024
23-10-2023 | 00:00
Every year, the DSTA selects the Primary Dealers, Single Market Specialists, and Commercial Paper Dealers for the next year. ...
Dutch State reopens the DSL July 2033
18-10-2023 | 13:00
On Tuesday 24 October 2023, the Dutch State Treasury Agency (DSTA) will reopen the ‘DSL 2.50% 15 July 2033’.
New 20-year green DSL 2044 raises € 4.98 billion
17-10-2023 | 14:45
Today, 17 October 2023, the DSTA launched a new 20-year green DSL via a Dutch Direct Auction (DDA). The bond has an annual coupon ...
Preliminary initial spread guidance for new 20-year Green Dutch State Loan (Green DSL 2044) set at +28 to +33 basis points
16-10-2023 | 15:30
Tomorrow, 17 October 2023, the DSTA will launch its new 20-year Green bond, the 3.25% DSL 15 January 2044, via a Dutch Direct ...