The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), as representative of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (HKSAR Government), announces today (Monday) that a tender of 15-year Government Bonds (Bonds) under the Institutional Bond Issuance Programme will be held on Wednesday, 3 March 2021, for settlement on Thursday, 4 March 2021.

A total of HK$1.0 billion 15-year Bonds will be tendered. The Bonds will mature on 4 March 2036 and will carry interest at the rate of 1.59% per annum payable semi-annually in arrears.

Under the Institutional Bond Issuance Programme, tender is open only to Recognized Dealers which are appointed as Primary Dealers. Anyone wishing to apply for the Bonds on offer can do so through any of the Primary Dealers on the current published list, which can be obtained from the Government Bond Programme’s website at https://www.hkgb.gov.hk. Each tender must be for an amount of HK$50,000 or integral multiples thereof.

Tender results will be published on the HKMA’s website, the Government Bond Programme’s website, the Reuters screen (HKGBINDEX), and Bloomberg (GBHK <GO>) not later than 3:00 pm on the tender day.

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
22 February 2021


 

HKSAR GOVERNMENT
INSTITUTIONAL BOND ISSUANCE PROGRAMME
TENDER INFORMATION
_________________________________________________________________

Tender information of 15-year Government Bonds under the Institutional Bond Issuance Programme:-

Issue Number

:

15GB3603

Stock code

:

4244 (HKGB 1.59 3603)

Tender Date and Time

:

Wednesday, 3 March 2021

9:30 am to 10:30 am

Issue and Settlement Date for tender amount

:

Thursday, 4 March 2021

Amount on Offer

:

HK$1.0 billion

Maturity              

:

15 years

Maturity Date

:

4 March 2036

Interest Rate    

:

1.59% p.a. payable semi-annually in arrears

Interest Payment Dates 

:

6 September 2021

4 March 2022

5 September 2022

6 March 2023

4 September 2023

4 March 2024

4 September 2024

4 March 2025

4 September 2025

4 March 2026

4 September 2026

4 March 2027

6 September 2027

6 March 2028

4 September 2028

5 March 2029

4 September 2029

4 March 2030

4 September 2030

4 March 2031

4 September 2031

4 March 2032

6 September 2032

4 March 2033

5 September 2033

6 March 2034

4 September 2034

5 March 2035

4 September 2035

4 March 2036

Method of Tender

:

Competitive tender

Tender Amount

:

Each competitive tender must be for an amount of HK$50,000 or integral multiples thereof. Any tender applications for the Bonds must be submitted through a Primary Dealer on the current published list.

Other details 

:

Please see Information Memorandum available on the Government Bond Programme’s website at https://www.hkgb.gov.hk or approach Primary Dealers.

Expected commencement date of dealing on
the Stock Exchange
of Hong Kong Limited

:

5 March 2021

 

Price/Yield Table of the Government Bonds at tender for reference* only:-

Yield-to-Maturity

Price

Yield-to-Maturity

Price

0.590

114.35

1.590

100.08

0.640

113.58

1.640

99.43

0.690

112.82

1.690

98.77

0.740

112.07

1.740

98.12

0.790

111.32

1.790

97.48

0.840

110.58

1.840

96.84

0.890

109.84

1.890

96.21

0.940

109.11

1.940

95.58

0.990

108.38

1.990

94.96

1.040

107.66

2.040

94.34

1.090

106.94

2.090

93.72

1.140

106.23

2.140

93.11

1.190

105.53

2.190

92.51

1.240

104.83

2.240

91.91

1.290

104.14

2.290

91.31

1.340

103.45

2.340

90.72

1.390

102.77

2.390

90.13

1.440

102.09

2.440

89.55

1.490

101.41

2.490

88.97

1.540

100.75

2.540

88.40

1.590

100.08

2.590

87.83

 

* Disclaimer

The information provided here is for reference only. Although extreme care has been taken to ensure that the information provided is accurate and up-to-date, the HKMA does not warrant that all, or any part of, the information provided is accurate in all respects. You are encouraged to conduct your own enquiries to verify any particular piece of information provided on it. The HKMA shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered as a result of any use or reliance on any of the information provided here.

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
22 February 2021



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