Treasury Bonds: How Much Still to Be Awarded?

For the rest of the year, the Guatemalan government plans to award Treasury Bonds for an amount equivalent to $136 million, which will be issued through an electronic system and physical title.

Friday, June 21, 2019

Days ago the Ministerio de Finanzas (Minfin) informed that the global amount awarded of Treasury Bonds of the Republic of Guatemala up to date, including those made through public tenders and auctions ascended to Q.17,277.9 million ($2,243.9 million), corresponding to Fiscal Year 2019.

See "$19 Million in Public Debt Awarded" and "Guatemala Issues $274 Million in Debt

Regarding the way in which the bonds remaining for the current fiscal year will be issued, Minfin authorities specified that they have begun the transition from the physical title in the issuance of the rebate debt to an electronic system, also known as dematerialization.

Rosa María Ortega de Ramazzini, director of the Public Credit Directorate (DCP), explained to Prensalibre.com that "... progressively the physical securities will be removed and from June they will be going to the market, with two physical calls on Tuesdays and also with annotation on account. We are following the route as other countries are doing in terms of eliminating the physical titles', both systems will be maintained until the quota is exhausted, that is, Q1,000,49 million ($136 million)."

For Ortega, the transition to the electronic system will represent certain benefits for Minfin, "... such as savings in the use of paper, new security systems, 'because if the paper is lost, there is the record', as well as better administration and collection, because everything will go to an account. On the operational side, it will be possible to negotiate with the electronic registry that can travel from one place to another and transactions can be made at any time.

Do you need more information about your business sector?

Request more information:








this site is protected by reCAPTCHA and Google's privacy policy and terms of service.
Need assistance? Contact us
(506) 4001-6423


More on this topic

Treasury Bonds: Plans for 2020

January 2020

For this year, the government of Guatemala plans to issue an amount equivalent to $2.392 million, which includes new issues and titles that will expire soon and will be awarded again.

According to information from the Directorate of Public Credit, an entity of the Ministry of Finance (Minfin), during 2020 new issues will reach $ 1.845 million and collections or roll over, titles that expire but will be re-issued in the market, will be of $547 million.

Guatemala Keeps Placing Public Debt

July 2019

The Ministry of Finance Awarded Treasury Bonds in local currency for an equivalent amount of $19 million, at a cut-off rate of 6.2% and expiring in August 2034.

In the event of issuance of Electronically Registered Representative Certificates in Custody in the Banco de Guatemala, a demand for $42.9 million was received, corresponding in its entirety to the maturity date of 11/23/2039.

$20 Million Treasury Bonds Awarded

June 2019

Offering for the first time only dematerialized securities, the Government of Guatemala issued Treasury Bonds for the equivalent of $20 million, of which $7 million expires in 2028 and $13 million in 2039.

For the bonds awarded, $7 million correspond to the expiration date of 02/21/2028, at a cutoff rate of 5.9000%, and $13 million correspond to the expiration date of 05/17/2039, at a cutoff rate of 6.8800%.

Guatemala Awards $39 Million in Debt

May 2019

The Ministry of Finance placed Treasury Bonds in local currency for amounts equivalent to $26 million and $13 million, with terms of 15 years and 20 years, respectively.

The global amount awarded to date totals $858.6 million, corresponding to the 2019 Fiscal Year, of which $26 thousand correspond to the awards of treasury bonds for small investors, informed the Government.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Debt Market

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


Tailor made software for construction companies

O4Bi is a system that allows to control and manage what a company needs: the complete process of development of works, accounts receivable, treasury, banks, sales and accounting.
O4Bi is a very robust system that allows to control and...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 6)
Dow Jones
-5.60%
S&P 500
-5.10%
Nasdaq
-5.64%

Commodities

(Jul 13)
Brent Crude Oil
43.2
Coffee "C"
96.9
Gold
1,808
Silver
19.150