ينطلق في غرة جوان: تفاصيل الاكتتاب في القسط الثاني من القرض الرقاعي الوطني

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The government announced that it will open the door for subscription for the second installment of the national patchwork loan from June 1 to 13, 2220 to mobilize an amount of 350 million dinars, subject to increase, more than two months after achieving the first installment, an increase of 160 percent over the required.

The Ministry of Finance confirmed, according to data received in the form of a decision in the Official Gazette No. 57 of 2022, that the subscription can be closed before this date or extended.

The subscribers of the first installment of the national patch loan for the year 2022, which closed on March 16, 2022, subscribed in the amount of 555 million dinars. Note that the ministry was seeking to mobilize 350 million dinars only.

The ministry has set the date of benefiting from the interest in the second installment of the national patch loan, starting from the date of payment and delivery of the bonds, and that is the second working day following the date of closing subscription for the second installment, i.e. on June 15, 2220.

It is possible to subscribe to category “A” exclusively for natural persons, which offers a bond with a nominal value of 10 dinars and a repayment period of five years, including 3 years of grace. Subscriber selection.

The subscriber chooses to subscribe either according to a fixed interest rate of 9.25 percent annually, calculated on the remaining nominal value of each bond at the beginning of each period in which the interest is paid.

The subscriber is allowed to subscribe, according to a variable interest rate, which is the money market ratio, authorized by the Central Bank of Tunisia, with the addition of 2.15 percent raw annually, calculated on the remaining nominal value of each bond at the beginning of each period in which the interest is paid.

The subscriber has the possibility of subscribing under category “B”, i.e. with a nominal value of each bond of 100 dinars and a repayment period of seven years, including two grace years. Thus, the principal of the bonds is paid in five equal installments, and the interest is paid annually by the term and at a fixed or variable nominal interest rate.

The two offices have the option to subscribe to a fixed interest rate within this category at a level of 9.35 percent annually, calculated on the remaining nominal value of each bond at the beginning of each period in which the interest is paid.

The subscriber can subscribe, according to a variable interest rate, i.e. the money market ratio, authorized by the Central Bank of Tunisia, with the addition of 2.20 percent raw annually, calculated on the remaining nominal value of each bond at the beginning of each period in which the interest is paid.

Category “C” offers bonds with a nominal value of 100 dinars and a ten-year repayment period, including two grace years. Thus, the principal of the bonds is paid in eight equal annual installments. Interest is paid annually by the term and at a fixed or variable nominal interest rate.

This category provides the subscriber with the option to subscribe according to a fixed interest rate at the level of 9.60 annually, calculated on the remaining nominal value of each bond at the beginning of each period in which the interest is paid, and a variable interest rate equivalent to the cash market rate, with the addition of 2.40 raw materials annually.

Brokers on the stock exchange accounted for 77 percent of the total amounts subscribed to in the first installment, while the banks acquired a share of about 23 percent, according to data provided by the Director General of Tunisian Clearing, Maher Zouari, on March 18, 2022.

Al-Zawari indicated that the amount that was mobilized in the first category, which will be paid after 5 years, is about 10 million dinars, and therefore represents about 2 percent of the total amount that was mobilized.

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