Welcome to the State of Delaware’s investor information page! Within these pages, investors can find important resources pertaining to the State and its financial position including annual reports, operating and capital budgets, rating agency analysis, official statements and revenue forecasts.
Delaware strives for transparency in its communications with investors and taxpayers alike. If there is any information needed that you don’t find listed here, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Richard J. Geisenberger
Secretary of Finance
Delaware is one of only a handful of states rated Triple-A by all major rating agencies. (Moody’s Investor Service, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch Ratings and Kroll Bond Rating Agency.)
Delaware’s Triple-A Rating:
Proceeds from the sale of Delaware’s general obligation bonds are used primarily for the construction of schools and other state facilities. The bonds are secured by a pledge of the State’s full faith, credit and taxing power.
The Department of Finance has responsibility for issuing the State’s general obligation bonds as authorized by the General Assembly. The State Treasurer administers and accounts for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds.