Fixed income government securities are suitable for conservative investors or investors who would like to diversify their existing portfolios. Investors who wish to take advantage of the current economic growth and increasing trust in the national government can purchase securities which are issued by the Bureau of the Treasury such as Treasury Bills (T-bills), Retail Treasury Bonds (RTBs), and Fixed Rate Treasury Notes (FXTNs).
RTBs and FXTNs have higher interest rates than the short-term debt instrument, T-bills. Coupons of the RTBs are credited to clients’ settlement accounts quarterly, which makes it ideal for people who live on their interest. On the other hand, FXTNs pay coupons semi-annually. These securities are listed on the Fixed Income Exchange and can be sold at the prevailing market price.
Investors can purchase government securities through BPI Capital, who is consistently ranked in the Top 5 Fixed Income Brokering Participants list by PDS Group. BPI Capital has an extensive experience in distributing government securities, being involved in nearly every Bureau of the Treasury issuance since 2001.
Customers should not rely solely on information published on this website and should obtain separate legal or financial advice prior to making any investment decision. Any investment is subject to different risks. Any illustration or data presenting past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Prices of securities or portfolios may move up or down and may even become valueless and customers will likely incur losses in the event of fluctuations in market prices. This market risk and such other risks inherent in investments should be understood by and are acceptable to the customer. Investment products such as bonds and other types of securities, trust accounts, and other similar instruments are not included in the coverage of the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC).
BPI does not in any way guarantee the performance of the Portfolio/Securities and shall not be responsible for any loss sustained except where such loss arises solely out of BPI's acts and omissions done or suffered in evident bad faith or through gross negligence, gross misconduct, willful neglect, willful fault or material breach of duty or contractual obligation.
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