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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 securities you can get.

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Peso Treasury Bill

You buy this through the bank at a discount and the government pays you the full value indicated on the Treasury Bill at the end of the term.

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Peso Fixed-Rate Treasury Notes

You invest your money and the government pays you interest every 6 months. At the end of the term, you get the amount you invested and the last payment of interest.

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Peso Retail Treasury Bonds

You put your money in this and the government pays you interest every 3 months. At the end of the term, you get the amount you invested and the last payment of interest.

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Peso Corporate Notes and Bonds

You invest your money and a big corporation pays you interest every 3 or 6 months. At the end of the term, you get the amount you invested and the last payment of interest.

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Foreign Currency-denominated Sovereign Bonds

You put your money in the government's foreign currency reserves and you get paid interest every 3 months. At the end of the term, you get the amount you put in plus the last payment of interest.

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Foreign Currency-denominated Corporate Bonds

You invest your foreign money and a big corporation pays you interest every 3 or 6 months. At the end of the term, you get the amount you invested and the last payment of interest.

Why invest in fixed income

Get a regular flow of income through high-quality investments guaranteed by institutions with sound financial performance and good records of paying debts. Visit your Metrobank branch to schedule an appointment with an investment specialist.