Our history


Six years after funds amalgamation, TCorp delivers $37.7bn in cumulative investment returns for the state. Raises $26.6bn to support NSW’s economic recovery from COVID-related impacts and lockdowns. Issues $1.3bn November 2023 Green Bond, bringing total bonds under the NSW Sustainability Bond Programme to $5.2bn over the past 3 years.


TCorp issues largest sustainability bond to date in Australia, raising $1.8bn during catastrophic bushfires. Record $27.8bn funds raised in debt markets to support the state through bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic.


TCorp launches the inaugural green bond under the NSW Sustainability Bond Programme raising $1.8bn, the largest of its type ever issued in Australia. Funds management volumes increase to over $100bn, placing TCorp in the top 5 asset managers in Australia and within the top 100 globally.


TCorp retires a significant amount of state debt as a result of the NSW Government’s electricity asset transactions.


Funds amalgamation results in funds under management growing to $72bn, with the SAS Trustee Corporation and Insurance and Care NSW (icare) investment management activities combining with TCorp's.


TCorp's prudent approach to risk management results in it navigating the global financial crisis without credit losses. It generates a record dividend for NSW and significant interest savings for clients.


Debt management and advisory activities grow significantly in response to the NSW Government's establishment of state-owned corporations in the utilities sector.


TCorp launches TCorpIM Funds, facilitating investment on behalf of NSW entities and departments.


TCorp develops different types of bonds to attract offshore investors to NSW.


Treasury Corporation Act 1983 establishes TCorp as a central borrowing authority for the state to issue its own bonds and attract investors to NSW.

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TCorp pays respect to the Traditional Custodians and First Peoples of NSW and acknowledges their continued connection to country and culture.