The government holds significant investments that may be used to meet the state’s long-term liabilities or to fund future government initiatives. An example is the Debt Retirement Fund that was established to offset state debt.
The state borrows money to fund its longer-term commitments, including investment in major infrastructure projects. The government also has several long‑term liabilities such as superannuation and leave entitlements and obligations under various insurance schemes.
These reports will examine how the Queensland Government is managing its debt and investments and will include insights into what the government has invested in and how the investments are managed.
They will examine the main transactions (including significant investments made or changes to investments) and the performance of these investments including cash flows to general government.