Bondholder information

The Province's borrowing programs are managed by the Treasury and Risk Management (TRM) Division of Treasury Board and Finance.

Alberta’s borrowing programs

The Province has several borrowing programs through the issuance of bonds and promissory notes in the domestic and international capital markets. TRM handles the Province’s cash management and use of financial derivatives to manage risks for:

  • the province
  • provincial corporations that have given authority to TRM to perform transactions on their behalf

The programs the Province has in place are:

  • Domestic Medium Term Note
  • Australian Medium Term Note
  • Global Bond (SEC Registered)
  • Global Medium Term Note (144a Regulation S)
  • Domestic Promissory Note
  • Domestic Treasury Bills (T-Bills) Program
  • US Commercial Paper Program

Having programs in different markets provides the Province with diverse sources of funding and ongoing access to domestic and international markets. Issuances are done in a variety of sizes, major currencies and maturities through syndicated public bond offerings and private placements.

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Alberta’s borrowing requirements and sources

Table 1. Borrowing requirements

Borrowing requirements
(CAD millions)
2022-23
Budget
2023-24
Forecast
2024-25
Target
2025-26
Target
Taxpayer-supported debt05,4644,26414,443
Provincial corporations469469250250
Government business enterprises73373339350
Total borrowing requirements6,6665,4666,06515,043

Table 2. Borrowing sources

Borrowing sources
(CAD millions)
2023-24
Budget
2023-24
Forecast
2024-25
Target
2025-26
Target
Money market (net change)--04,000
Public-private partnerships (P3s)64641-
Term debt6,6025,4026,0641,043
Total borrowing sources6,6665,4666,06515,043

Source: 2023-26 Fiscal Plan: Securing Alberta’s Future

Debt issuance documents

As of February 9, 2024

As of February 1, 2024

Quarterly reports

Treasury and Risk Management quarterly compliance reports, including cash and debt management information

Presentations and investor resources

Meeting presentations and documents

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Alberta’s economy and statistics

Government of Alberta news

Credit ratings

The Province currently receives credit ratings from:

These firms provide an independent assessment of the credit worthiness of the Province of Alberta, typically providing a credit rating for the short-term debt, long-term debt, and a ratings outlook or trend.

Provincial credit ratings

Table 3: Credit ratings

Province of Alberta
Credit Reports
Province of Alberta
Long-term Rating
Province of Alberta
Short-term Rating
Moody's Investors Service
January 31, 2023
Aa2
(outlook stable)
P-1
S&P Global
December 18, 2023
AA-
(outlook stable)
A-1+
Fitch Ratings Inc.
July 27, 2023
AA-
(outlook positive)
F1+
DBRS Morningstar
September 14, 2023
AA
(stable trend)
R-1 (high)
(stable trend)

Financial and regulatory reporting

Budgets and financial reports

Regulatory filings and information circulars

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