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Treasury bills and bonds – treasury securities issued by the Ministry of Finance, which are issued and repaid annually.

Debt to NBG – debt owed to the NBG, which will be repaid by 2030.

The figure does not take into account the conditional volume of “Legacy Debt”, which is the debt to the population damaged by the collapse of the Soviet Union. The "Legacy Debt" amount is fixed since there is no compensation mechanism established yet.

 

Data Sources: Ministry of Finance

Last update:  29.07.2020

Portfolio of treasury securities consists of 5 securities with different maturities.

Treasury bills are discount securities with the maturity up to 12 months.

Treasury bonds are securities with the maturities 2, 5 and 10 years, for which once in 6 months coupon (interest) is paid.

 

Data Sources: Ministry of Finance

Last update: 29.07.2020

The graph provides information about the holders of the government securities, which purchased securities on primary or secondary markets. Resident holders of the securites are the National Bank of Georgia, commercial banks and other resident investors, which hold 7%, 85% and 1% of whole securties respectively, at the end of the first quarter of 2018. 

 

Data Sources: National Bank of Georgia

Last update:  29.07.2020

Annual weighted average interest rate – weighted average of interest rates recorded on auctions of all types of securities during a year.

Data Sources: Ministry of Finance

Last update: 29.05.2019