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The issuing of treasury bills is governed by the Treasury Bill Act (1960). The Reserves and Domestic Market Management Department is responsible for the issuing of Treasury Bills by way of an auction. The Department also purchases and sells Treasury Bills.
The Reserves and Domestic Market Management Department can be contacted at (868) 625-4835, 625-5028 or 625-4921, extensions 2034, 2079, 2024, 2038, 2040.
Refer to the schedule of Treasury Bills to be issued for each year. Please note that the auction process closes two (2) days prior to the date of each issue.
There are 2 forms to apply/bid for a Treasury Bill.
The first is a Non -Competitive Application. This is for use by investors applying for purchase at the average price determined in the auction process. This facility is designed for small investors who are bidding $100,000.00 or less.
The second is a Competitive Application which is designed for larger investors.
All application forms are to be submitted in person to the Central Bank and must be accompanied by one valid form of picture ID (Passport, National ID, Drivers' Permit) upon submission. See the Application Procedures page for more detail.