How the Singapore Savings Bonds programme works

The Monetary Authority of Singapore hoped that Singapore Savings Bonds investors who are new to investing would consider other instruments for long-term investment as they gain a better understanding of saving and investing.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore hoped that Singapore Savings Bonds investors who are new to investing would consider other instruments for long-term investment as they gain a better understanding of saving and investing.PHOTO: ST FILE

The Singapore Savings Bond (SSB) programme was introduced to expand the range of simple, low-cost investment options available to individual investors to help them meet their long-term financial goals and retirement needs.

The Monetary Authority of Singapore hoped that SSB investors who are new to investing would consider other instruments for long-term investment as they gain a better understanding of saving and investing.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 05, 2019, with the headline 'How SSB works'. Subscribe