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- Second Quarter 2022 Issuance Program

Press release N° 63 of 03/25/2022

New bonds to be issued

The Ministry of Economy and Finance announces that during the second quarter of 2022 the following new securities will be issued:

BTP 3 years maturity 08/15/2025 Minimum final outstanding: 9 billion Euros
BTP 7 years maturity 06/15/2029 Minimum final outstanding: 10 billion Euros
BTP 10 years maturity 12/01/2032 Minimum final outstanding: 10 billion Euros

The minimum final outstanding refers to the overall issuance of the bond and therefore it relates to the minimum amount the bond shall reach before being replaced by a new benchmark.

New bonds, in addition to the above-mentioned ones, could be issued during the second quarter, according to market conditions.

Reopenings of outstanding bonds
Moreover, during the same quarter further tranches of the following on-the-run bonds could be issued too:

BTP Short 01/28/2022 – 11/29/2023 coupon 0.00%
BTP 12/16/2021 – 12/15/2024 coupon 0.00%
BTP 03/01/2022 – 04/01/2027 coupon 1.10%
BTP 11/01/2021 – 06/01/2032 coupon 0.95%

In addition, according to market conditions, the Ministry of Economy and Finance reserves the right to offer further tranches of on-the-run nominal bonds with maturity above 10 years, CCTeu and inflation-linked bonds, also with the aim to tackle possible secondary market dislocations of these bonds.

Finally, the Ministry of Economy and Finance could offer further tranches of off-the-run medium and long-term instruments, nominal – fixed rate and floating (CCTeu) – and inflation linked, in order to ensure secondary market efficiency.

The Treasury will place medium and long term securities, nominal – fixed rate and floating (CCTeu) – and inflation linked (BTP€i), through the usual uniform-price (marginal) auction mechanism and it will discretionally set the price and the issuance amount.

Rome 03/25/2022
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