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Sustainability Bonds

TCorp is invested in the future of NSW and recognises it has a role to play in Australia's contribution to the meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

We have established the NSW Sustainability Bond Programme which allows us to issue green, social and/or sustainability bonds, providing a mechanism for investors to contribute capital to accomplish environmental and social goals.

Read our NSW Sustainability Bond Programme Annual Report 2021.

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The NSW Sustainability Bond Programme will support a broad range of NSW Government environmental and social policies, strategies and goals.

  • Assurance: EY has provided an Independent Reasonable Assurance Report for the post-issuance process of TCorp's inaugural Sustainability Bond, the 2020 NSW Sustainability Bond Framework and the 2020 annual report,  confirming compliance with the Climate Bonds Standard and alignment with the 2018 ICMA Green Bond Principles, Social Bond Principles and Sustainable Bond Guidelines.
  • Second-Party Opinion: Sustainalytics has issued an updated opinion on the credibility of the NSW Sustainability Bond Framework, October 2020.
  • Certification: The November 2030 Green Bond, November 2028 Green Bond and Green Term Deposits received Climate Bond Standards Certification.

Key documents

Item Frequency Documents
Annual Report Annually for all outstanding green, social or sustainability bonds NSW Sustainability Bond Programme Annual Report 2022
NSW Sustainability Bond Programme Annual Report 2021
Recovery and growth, NSW Sustainability Bond Programme Annual Report 2020
Creating a sustainable future, NSW Sustainability Bond Programme Annual Report 2019
Assurance Annually for all outstanding green, social or sustainability bonds
At issuance of the first bond under the NSW Sustainability Bond Programme
Annual assurance report 2022
Annual assurance report 2021
Annual assurance report 2020
Post-issuance assurance report 2019
Pre-issuance assurance report 2018
Climate Bonds Certification At issuance of any Climate Bonds certified green bonds Climate Bonds certificate for TCorp 20 November 2030 Green Bond
Climate Bonds certificate for TCorp 15 November 2028 Green Bond
Framework At issuance of the first bond under the Framework and any subsequent updates NSW Sustainability Bond Framework, January 2022
Presentation As required Investor Presentation 2019
Second-Party Opinion   As required   Sustainalytics Second-Party Opinion 2022

Fixed Rate Domestic

Maturity Date Coupon ISIN Fed Govt.
Term Sheet


2.50% AU3SG0002629 N/A Term Sheet 22 November 2032


3.00% AU3SG0001878 N/A Term Sheet 15 November 2028
20-Mar-25 1.25% AU3SG0002025 N/A Term Sheet 20 March 2025
20-Nov-30 1.25% AU3SG0002348 N/A Term Sheet 20 November 2030

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