Fixed Income Securities
Invest in Corporate or Government Bonds designed to optimize your returns.
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Corporate Bonds
  • Invest in corporations from various sectors or industries.
  • Corporate bonds generally carry higher yields than government securities.
  • Fixed rate corporate bonds allow investors to enjoy a programmed cash flow.
  • Principal amount will be repaid by the Issuer upon maturity.
  • These are usually listed on the Fixed Income market and can be sold upon the availability of a buyer at the prevailing market price.
Government Bonds
  • Invest in securities, such as Treasury Bills (T-bills), Retail Treasury Bonds (RTBs), Fixed Rate Treasury Notes (FXTNs), and Republic of the Philippines bonds (ROPs).
  • There is significantly reduced risk associated with this type of security as these are debts issued by the Philippine government.
  • These securities are listed on the Fixed Income Exchange and can be sold at the prevailing market price.
Indicative ROP Bond Prices
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Certain investment products included in this webpage may not be eligible for sale in other jurisdictions and may not be suitable to the risk profile of the recipient of the information. The information published or included herein are for the information of the customer only and are not to be taken in substitution for the exercise of judgment by customers who should obtain separate legal or financial advice.

Any investment is subject to different risks. 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 are 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.

The customer acknowledges and understands that these are among the risks involved in transactions of this nature and is prepared to accept all such risks in every transaction.

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