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Maturity Profile

The chart below shows the maturity profile of Ireland’s long-term marketable and official debt. This information is also available in table format below the chart.

Maturity Profile of Ireland’s Long-Term Marketable and Official Debt as at End-Oct 2017

Irish Government BondsEU/IMF & Bilateral Facilities (excluding EFSM***)
Year of MaturityFixed Rate/
Amortising
Bonds
Index Linked Bond ****Floating Rate BondsIMFBilateral*EFSF**EFSM***Total
€m€m€m€m€m€m€m
20171893192
20188,853(30)3,90012,722
201913,444(50)1,85815,252
202018,753(29)2,37621,100
2021212,7827333,0006,535
202210,8501,26912,118
20236,3324052,0008,737
20248,0568008,856
202511,51611,516
202610,5462,00012,546
2027291,0001,029
2028212,3002,321
2029222,0701,0003,092
20309,2401,90011,140
2031-3511612,8415,00017,957
2036-404,7246185,342
2041-457,4335001,6001,50011,033
2046-50166,0006,016
2051-5310,03410,034
Total €m110,15961816,5344,3504,96618,41122,500177,538

Note that the figures in the table are unaudited figures and include the effect of currency hedging transactions. Rounding can affect totals.

*Bilateral loans were provided from the United Kingdom, Sweden  and Denmark.
**EFSF loans reflect the maturity extensions agreed in June 2013.
***EFSM loans are also subject to a seven year extension. It is not expected that Ireland will have to refinance any of its EFSM loans before 2027. However the revised maturity dates of individual EFSM loans will only be determined as they approach their original maturity dates. The table and graph above reflect both original and revised maturity dates of individual EFSM loans.
**** While the principal repayment will be linked to the Eurostat Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) for Ireland, excluding tobacco, it is protected against a fall in the index over the life of the bond.