Guernsey's Chief Minister faces tough questions from politicians today over the issue of a £330 million government bond.
It follows the recent publication of a report which found not enough due diligence was carried out before it was issued.
The bond means the States can lend money to government-owned trading bodies at a fixed rate, which keeps their repayments down.
However it costs taxpayers £11 million a year in interest.
Deputy Gavin St Pier will be quizzed by a scrutiny panel at a public meeting, where islanders are also invited to find out more about the bond.