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The AOFM’s operations support efficient management of the Australian Government’s financing task and debt portfolio, and are influential in developing a functional and robust domestic financial market for Australia.

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Speech: Australian Government Sovereign Debt: Are we there yet? What more can be expected in terms of developing the market? – Presentation to the Australian Business Economists luncheon

Presentation delivered by Rob Nicholl - CEO, AOFM Thank you once again to …

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Speech: AOFM Investor Chart Pack – May 2015

As part of the Investor Relations function of the AOFM, we look …

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Op note: Divestment of RMBS Portfolio and Investment Panel

The Treasurer has recently issued the AOFM with a Direction to divest …

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Australian Government Securities on Issue* $364,338m
Treasury Bonds $329,786m
Treasury Indexed Bonds $27,031m
Treasury Notes $7,500m
Other Securities $21m

 

*Face value amount on issue as at 29 May 2015. Updated weekly.

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The face value of AGS on issue subject to the Treasurer's Direction as at 29 May 2015 was $361,802 million.  The face value of AGS on issue subject to the Treasurer’s Direction under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911 at the time of the last report or statement (12 May 2015) under the Charter of Budget Honesty was $358,402 million.