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Domestic bonds: Australia, TB 5.25 15mar2019
FCMYMAR19D, AU300TB01224

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Unlike many other nations, Australia’s non-government bond market is significantly larger than its government bond market, reflecting our low public debt. The Australian non-government bond market can be divided into four main categories: 1) Australian financial ...
Unlike many other nations, Australia’s non-government bond market is significantly larger than its government bond market, reflecting our low public debt. The Australian non-government bond market can be divided into four main categories:
1) Australian financial institutions
2) Australian corporate’s (non-financials)
3) Long-dated asset-backed securities (e.g. bonds tied to pools ofhome mortgages), and
4) Australian dollar denominated bonds issued by non-residents, known as “Kangaroo” bonds.
Almost all Australian corporate bonds have an investment grade credit rating by one of the major ratings agencies (Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s or Fitch) and most maintained their credit rating during the global financial crisis.
In contrast to the global experience, there have been only a limited number of credit rating downgrades or defaults in the Australian bond market in recent years. The rapidly growing market in Australia has broadened the opportunity set for wholesale investors, but access is still limited to smaller investors. While Australian Commonwealth and State Government bonds can be purchased by retail investors directly from government funding authorities, corporate bonds usually trade in minimum amounts of $500,000. The NAB Access Bond Service provides an opportunity to invest directly in selected corporate bonds for a minimum of $100,000 per bond, making these bonds more readily available to clients, although smaller bond parcels will generally be less liquid than parcels over $500,000.
  • Issuer
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    Australia
  • Full issuer name
    Australia
  • Sector
    sovereign
Volume
  • Placement amount
    22,947,500,000 AUD
  • Outstanding amount
    15,319,500,000 AUD
Nominal
  • Nominal
    1,000 AUD
  • Outstanding face value
    *** AUD
  • Par amount, integral multiple
    *** AUD

Cash flow parameters

  • Reference rate
    ***
  • Coupon Rate
    ***
  • Day count fraction
    ***
  • Interest Accrual Date
    ***
  • Coupon frequency
    *** time(s) per year
  • Payment currency
    ***
  • Delay days
    *** days
  • Maturity date
    ***
  • Early redemption date
    ***

Cash flow

Early redemption terms

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Auctions and additional placements

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Placement

  • Placement method
    Open subscription
  • Placement type
    Public
  • Order book
    *** (***) - *** (***)
  • Coupon (Yield) Guidance
    ***% - ***% (*** - ***%)
  • Issuer rating on issue date (M/S&P/F)
    *** / *** / ***
  • Placement
    *** - ***
  • Initial issue price (yield)
    (***%)
  • Bids
    *** AUD
  • Number of bids
    ***
  • Geographic breakdown
    ***
  • Investor breakdown
    ***
  • Listing
    ***

Conversion and exchange

  • Convertion date
    ***
  • Initial premium
    ***%
  • Convertible until
    ***
  • Lock-up
    *** days
  • Conversion terms
    ***

Additional information

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Identifiers

  • State registration number
    FCMYMAR19D
  • Registration
    ***
  • Date of program registration
    ***
  • ISIN
    AU300TB01224
  • ISIN temporary/additional
    AU000GSBE197
  • CUSIP
    ***
  • CUSIP 144A
    ***
  • Common Code
    024334210
  • CFI
    DBFTFR
  • CFI 144A
    DBFTFR
  • FIGI
    BBG0000130X6
  • FIGI 144A
    BBG004K700R3
  • WKN
    A0GNTU
  • WKN 144A
    A1Z875
  • SEDOL
    B0WRQ00
  • Ticker
    ACGB 5.25 03/15/19 122
  • Type of security by CBR
    ***

Ratings



Bond classification

  • Registered
  • Coupon bonds
  • Bonds
  • Amortization
  • Callable
  • CDO
  • Convertible
  • Dual currency bonds
  • Floating rate
  • For qualified investors (CIS region)
  • Foreign bonds
  • Green bonds
  • Indexed
  • Supranational bond issues
  • Mortgage bonds
  • Perpetual
  • Payment-in-kind
  • Non-Marketable Securities
  • Redemption Linked
  • Restructuring
  • Retail bonds
  • Covered
  • Securitization
  • Structured product
  • Subordinated
  • Sukuk
  • Trace-eligible

Restructuring

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