In accordance with the amended law of 17 July 2020, the State Treasury informs you that it will be placed under the Covid check regime as of 1 November 2021. Access to the State Treasury is therefore exclusively reserved for natural persons who can show :

- either a vaccination certificate with a QR code
- a certificate of recovery with a QR code
- or a Covid-19 test certificate, indicating a negative result and provided with a QR code

For further details, please consult the information notice for the processing of personal data in the context of access control to the perimeter under the Covid check regime (french version).




Luxembourg has launched its sustainability bond framework, which meets the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA) Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds principles, the standard in the field. [More information]

Le Luxembourg vient de lancer son cadre de référence pour les obligations durables, qui répond aux principes régissant les obligations vertes, sociales et durables de l’International Capital Markets Association (ICMA), le standard en la matière. [Plus de détails]



Active and retired State employees will henceforth be able to have their remuneration or pension transferred to the bank account of their choice.

Agents wishing to take advantage of this new option can now provide to the CGPO the details of the new bank account on which to transfer their remuneration or pension.

Active State agents can communicate the new bank account number entirely electronically, on the basis of a strong authentication (Luxtrust) via the portal "myRH".

Retired State agents can initiate the procedure to change bank account by downloading and filling out the form available on the Portail de la Fonction publique, which provides further details on the procedure.

Exceptionally, active State agents as well as retired State agents can request the change of bank account in person at the reception, located at 11 rue Notre-Dame in Luxembourg. To this end, a prior appointment needs to be booked online. The agent at the reception will be available to submit the request online upon presentation of an ID card and a bank ID (relevé d’identité bancaire - RIB).


The Luxembourg State has issued a EUR 2.5 bn bond at negative interest rate to tackle the Covid-19

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has successfully placed a new bond issuance to finance the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and to support the national economy in overcoming this unprecedented crisis. The EUR 2.5 bn bond issuance consists of a dual tranche offering, which is a premiere for Luxembourg. The first tranche of a EUR 1.5 bn volume has a 5-year maturity and the second tranche of a EUR 1 bn volume has a 10-year maturity. The yield of the two tranches lies at -0,035%. Related press releases and details are available in Publication - Bond issues.




The State Treasury in few words

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The State Treasury falls under the remit of the Minister of Finance and under the responsibility of the Director of Treasury.

The missions of the State Treasury are vast. It ensures, among other things, the payment of all State expenses and collects on its own all non-tax receipts, which are assigned by the Minister having the budget under his remit. Furthermore, it oversees the State's budgetary and general accounting and manages the State's financial assets and commitments. The State Treasury also runs the Consignment Office.

On the State Treasury website, you will find information concerning statistics on the public debt of the Luxembourg State (evolution, characteristics, etc.), on State shareholdings, as well as on financial guarantees granted by the State to several institutions.