01Jun2018 Update: Coupon rate is 4.875% p.a. Slightly beats inflation. LOL. 02Jun2018 Update: Land Bank is the lead manager while you may also inquire with BDO, BPI, DBP, Metrobank and […]
The offer comes in 3 tenors: 5-year, 7-year and 10-year. The indicative rates are 5.6% (5yrs), 6% (7yrs) and 6.4% (10yrs) but this is still to be finalized by March 1.
SEC gave approval for VLL to issue P3M worth of bonds for this tranche with an oversubscription option of another P2M in case of strong demand from investors/ lenders. Offer period is from July 18 to July 28, 2017 or until supplies last. Rate is 6.2255% p.a. for 10-yr bonds.
FarmOn opened it’s 14th cycle yesterday. Ayala Land is offering bonds at 5.26% p.a. until April 21!
Whatever your motivation may be, all we know is that every Juan should invest, and every Juan can invest. Now here is the S.M.A.R.T way to invest:
The PH government is once again offering retail treasury bonds (RTBs) for as low as PHP5,000. This is one of the ways that our government raises funds to fund its projects and operational needs.
Here are two more investment options for Juan to consider, especially for those with long term, low risk investment O-H-A. Works pretty much like a time deposit but much higher rates.
These are not big amounts, but definitely we “felt” the earnings compared to placing the same amount in bank time deposits. We had two subscriptions, one via online broker (i.e. COL Financial) and the other via a local bank.
Here’s another investment option. This time these are bonds (liability of the company) instead of preferred shares (company selling part-ownership of the company). This one’s being issued by SMC Global Power Holdings, which is a subsidiary of SMC, the one who issued the preferred shares we featured in March.
At such a high cut-off, it already deprives many retail investors of being able to invest in a low risk but slightly higher returns — which could have been a great non-traumatic start for newbies. A classic case of richer people having more investment options while those who have less are stuck with riskier options.