es (T-Bond - T-Bond) - Burkina - 30/05/2018

Issuance canceled

UMOA-Titres brings to the attention of all the WAEMU Government Securities Market actors that the issuance has been canceled.
Cancelation press release: Download


Date of operation30/05/2018
Tender amount:20 000 millions of FCFA
Value date:31/05/2018


Terms:36 month(s)
Grace period: year(s)
Interest rate: %
Denomination per unit:10 000 FCFA
Redemption of matured securities:--


Terms:60 month(s)
Grace period: year(s)
Interest rate: %
Denomination per unit:10 000 FCFA
Redemption of matured securities:--

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How to subscribe to T-bills and T-bonds?

In the case of issuances by syndication, investors are requested to join a brokerage firm to open a securities account. After issuance on the primary market these securities are renegotiable on the BRVM which is the regional stock exchange market. As for securities issued through tender investors are requested to get in contact with the primary dealers, banks and brokerage firms of the WAEMU zone

Who can subscribe to Government securities?

The purchase of securities on the primary market is reserved to banks, brokerge firms and all financial institutions that have a settlement account on the books of BCEAO (central bank).

As for the other investors, individual or moral persons independently of their location, they can purchase securities on the primary market through accredited bank or brokerage firm on the Union.

When are T-bonds paid?

All informations regarding securities (date of payment of interests, total amount of interests, payment of securities, taxation) are mentioned on the terms and conditions document published along with each new issuance.

Can a member state decide to pay the owners of T-bills and T-bonds with priority?

No, on the WAEMU zone securities are dematerialized with no special treatment to its owner. All bearers of the same securities are treated identically.