Tag Archive: SGD Retail Bonds

Retail Bond Renaissance – Everyone A Winner

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The hugely anticipated retail bonds are finally coming to Singapore’s market 3 years after a KPKB (hokkien slang) letter to the Straits Times forum requesting to bring retail bonds back into the market.… Continue reading

SGD RETAIL BOND ISSUE : FRASERS CENTREPOINT 7Y 3.65%

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I cannot believe how many phone calls I have got in the past 2 days about savings plans. About 3 or 4 from various insurance companies and banks, telling me all about their… Continue reading

Bond Market Development – SGD Retail Bonds, At Last (Updated)

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Here goes… the proposal for seasoning retail bonds is out, timed perfectly with the “opt in” accredited investor scheme that is being formulated right now, that is most likely to be passed by… Continue reading

Bond Market Developments : More Good News

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We have been unhappy with the state of the SGD bonds OTC markets for a while now as we noted in May when an investor submitted some market feedback to the ST forum… Continue reading

Weekend Bond Special : New 15Y SGS Auction

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Busy weekend full of nasties from battling the invasion of a monitor lizard in my drain to fighting an influx of little grasshoppers till someone sent me a picture of a squashed monkey… Continue reading

SINGAPORE BOND MARKET : An Idea For Transport and Infrastructure Bonds

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MoF, I hope you are reading this….. The Straits Times | Wednesday, May 28, 2014 In a bid to improve the public transport system, the Government will continue to subsidise and invest resources… Continue reading

An Honest Opinion On HDB Bonds

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Honesty does not create profits. And therefore, this is probably the only piece you will come across on the web with an unbiased opinion on HDB bonds that offers a few suggestions on… Continue reading

Horror Halloween Part 2 – SGD Corporates Bonds : What Fund Managers Are Saying And A Bit On Retail Bonds

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Two old friends whom I have grown up with, both running sizeable SGD bond portfolios in reputable asset management firms, over an honest drinks session which started with a discussion on the pros… Continue reading