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What are fixed income investments

Fixed income securities are debts owed to you by the government or a corporation with resources to pay you back. Here are the kinds of fixed income investments you can get in the Philippines.

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Peso Treasury Bill

Invest your money in peso-denominated short-term government securities issued by the Republic of the Philippines through the Bureau of Treasury that are sold at a discount and redeemed at the face value of the security.

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Peso Fixed-Rate Treasury Notes

Invest your money in medium to long-term peso-denominated securities that are issued by the Republic of the Philippines through the Bureau of Treasury. FXTNs pay out coupons (or interest) semi-annually and may be traded in the secondary market before maturity. At maturity date, these are redeemed at the face value of the security.

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Peso Retail Treasury Bonds

Invest your money in medium to long-term peso-denominated securities that are issued by the Republic of the Philippines through the Bureau of Treasury. RTBs pay out coupons (or interest) quarterly and may be traded in the secondary market before maturity. At maturity date, these are redeemed at the face value of the security.

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Peso Corporate Notes and Bonds

Invest your money in medium to long-term peso-denominated securities that are borrowings of corporations which are backed solely by their credit quality. These pay out coupons (or interest) quarterly or semi-annually, and may be traded in the secondary market before maturity. At maturity date, these are redeemed at face value of the security.

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Foreign Currency-Denominated Sovereign Bonds

Invest your money in foreign currency bonds that are debt obligations issued by the government of a particular country. These pay out coupons (or interest) semi-annually, and may be traded in the secondary market before maturity. At maturity date, these are redeemed at face value of the security.

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Foreign Currency-Denominated Corporate Bonds

Invest your money in foreign currency bonds that are borrowings of corporations which are backed solely by their credit quality. These pay out coupons (or interest) semi-annually, and may be traded in the secondary market before maturity. At maturity date, these are redeemed at face value of the security.

Why invest in fixed income securities

Get a regular flow of income through high-quality investments guaranteed by institutions with sound financial performance and good records of paying debts. There are many fixed income investments you can try in the Philippines.

Visit your Metrobank branch to schedule an appointment with an investment specialist.