The NTMA has again moved first to raise debt in international bond markets. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) hired banks on Monday to help it raise up to €4 billion of debt, sticking to a trend over most of the p(...)

Amazon’s shares soared as much as 92 per cent during 2020. Photograph: Thorsten Wagner/Bloomberg

Amazon was a clear Wall Street winner from the coronavirus crisis. The online retailer and cloud computing giant’s shares soared as much as 92 per ce(...)

Nick Ashmore, chief executive of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (Isif), the State’s €10.5 billion sovereign wealth fund, said Nick Ashmore, currently chief executive of the Str(...)

Rossa White, above, will report to DCC’s chief financial officer, Kevin Lucey, who was promoted from the position of head of capital markets earlier this year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) chief economist Rossa White is set to leave the organisation after a decade that was bookended by the Gover(...)

The Department of Finance predicts the State’s budget shortfall next year will be around €18bn. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise between €16 billion and €20 billion in the bond markets next year to cover a budget gap (...)

Then minister for finance Charlie McCreevy   outside Government Buildings before the announcement of Budget 2000, which helped to give effect to the established of the National Pensions Reserve Fund. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Irish Times editorial of November 13th on the topic of pensions referred to the establishment of a Pensions Commission born of a need to delay a d(...)

Conor O’Kelly, chief executive NTMA: ‘We’ve got to hit the road to keep bond investors informed – otherwise they’d forget about us.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Conor O’Kelly, chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency’s (NTMA), is under no illusions about his place in the €85 trillion-plus glo(...)

The NTMA last week completed its full-year effort to raise €24 billion in long-term debt. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) sold €750 million of short-term debt that is due to mature in five months’ time at a near-record negati(...)

This is the highest level of wealth ever recorded by the Central Bank, and is 12 per cent higher than the boom-time peak of €723 billion reached in the second quarter of 2007.

Pandemic or not, the wealth of the Irish reached a new high in the second quarter of the year, as households saved more and cut down on debt. It means(...)

The NTMA’s initial objective of raising between €10 billion and €14 billion was quickly jettisoned as a result of coronavirus and the resulting costs to the State

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) sold a further €1.25 billion of debt on Thursday, bringing its long-term borrowing for the year to €24 (...)

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