Generate a stable and secure stream of potential investment income at a regular interval.
You need a minimum of S$250,000 (SG dollar bonds) or US$200,000 (US dollar bonds) to start.
Our tenures vary from 2 to 30 years. Shorter-term bonds have maturities of only several years, while longer-term bonds take between 10 to 30 years to mature.
Longer-term bonds typically offer higher yields but also greater risk. The risk stems from interest rates, which are affected by inflation.
Yes, you can. However, do note that if you sell your bond before it matures, the price may be more or less than what you originally paid for it (depending on the bonds' current market price).
1 Provided the bond issuer is in good financial standing. The bond issuer owes a debt to the holders of the bond. The traditional bond issuer is obliged to pay periodic interests and principal upon maturity to the holder of the bond. You should note that you are taking the credit risk of the issuer. In the event of the issuer's insolvency, you will be an unsecured creditor of the issuer. In the case of government bonds, you are also taking on sovereign risk.
Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors and monies and deposits denominated in Singapore dollars under the Supplementary Retirement Scheme are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$75,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.
Please refer to UOB Insured Deposit Register for a list of UOB accounts / products that are covered under the Scheme.
For more information on the Deposit Insurance Scheme, please click here.
Diversify your risks and hedge against inflation.
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