Treasury Bills are short-term discount securities, denominated in Solomon Dollars and redeemable at face value on maturity. They can be used as a tool to influence liquidity in the financial system – the number of Treasury bills sold affects the commercial banks’ free liquidity and reserve money. Treasury Bills are issued by tender. The Central Bank of the Solomon Islands is the Government’s agent responsible for tendering and administering Treasury Bills.
Refer to the Solomon Islands Government, Treasury Bills Prospectus for further information.
Treasury Bill Tenders – Results
- Treasury Bill Tender Series 1320/2022
- Tender Date: 11th January 2022
|Term||Maturity Date||Target Volume (m)|
|91 days||20th April 2022||3.40|
|182 days||20th July 2022||3.40|
|365 days||18th January 2023||3.40|
Treasury Bill Tenders – Invitation to tender for series 1320/2021
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands invites tenders for Solomon Islands Government Treasury Bills with the following tenors.
Treasury Bill – Other Information
A list of Forthcoming SIG Treasury Bills Auctions (1 page, 404KB) and Treasury Bill Tender Form (1 page, 404KB) are available at the Currency & Banking Operations Department at the Central Bank of Solomon Islands. Contact: please contact either Daisy V. Cains or Doreen L. Monogari for further information on Phone 21791, extensions 229 or 227.