Written answers

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Department of Finance

Bank Guarantee Scheme

8:00 pm

Photo of Stephen DonnellyStephen Donnelly (Wicklow, Independent)
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Question 111: To ask the Minister for Finance the dates of maturity for the various tranches of bonds, grouped by maturity date, outstanding in each of the six covered Irish financial institutions; the total euro amounts due to be repaid at each maturity date by each covered institution; the interest rate currently being paid on each of these tranches of bonds by each bank; the owners of each of these tranches, for example (details supplied) [17317/11]

Photo of Michael NoonanMichael Noonan (Minister, Department of Finance; Limerick City, Fine Gael)
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The Central Bank of Ireland has advised me that the dates of maturity and the total aggregate amounts for secured, unsecured and subordinated debt due to be repaid by the covered institutions is as follows:

The Central Bank of Ireland has advised me that the dates of maturity and the total aggregate amounts for secured, unsecured and subordinated debt due to be repaid by the covered institutions is as follows:

Year of MaturityAmounts €m
20117,029
201213,062
201315,706
20143,721
201510,742
2016438
20172,291
2018458
20191,211
20201,197
2021 +5,769
Total61,625

My Department will contact the Deputy very shortly in response to his request for this information. I understand that the six covered institutions have in excess of 200 bonds outstanding which would be encompassed by this request. These are denominated in a number of different currencies, in addition to the euro, have various maturity dates extending in some cases beyond the next ten years and have both fixed and floating interest rates. Owing to the format in which information on these bonds is available to my Department, it will not be possible to present the information in the precise terms requested by the Deputy. However, I can assure the Deputy that the Department will seek to provide as comprehensive a response as possible.

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