If you're looking to save and plan for your future, consider investing in a fixed income asset. These instruments offer stable returns over time – making them a great addition to your portfolio. And when it comes to foreign-denominated options, Metrobank offers a range of choices.
Plus, with a minimum investment requirement of USD 50,000, it's easy to start building your future today.
Overall, these instruments offer the potential for high returns with relative ease and flexibility. By having a diverse portfolio that includes foreign currency investments, you position yourself for success in an increasingly globalized economy.
Foreign currency-denominated securities are financial assets that are in a currency other than Philippine pesos and include dollar bonds, and foreign currency-denominated instruments.
Foreign Currency-denominated Sovereign Bonds - These are debt obligations issued by a country's government. These foreign currency bonds pay out coupons and can also be bought and sold in the secondary market before maturity at prevailing market prices. They are redeemed at face value when they mature.
Foreign Currency-Denominated Corporate Bonds - These are debt of corporations backed by their credit ratings. These foreign currency bonds pay out coupons and can be sold in the secondary market before maturity at prevailing market prices. These are redeemed at face value on maturity date.
Foreign currency-denominated fixed income has a higher potential for returns. Investing in foreign currency-denominated fixed income securities can help diversify a portfolio, given the opportunity to invest in different currencies and various issuers.
Our Investment Specialists will assist you with setting up your investment account. They are strategically located in key areas nationwide.
You will need to open a settlement account with the branch. Additional documents for investments are as follows: Suitability Assessment Form (SAF) and Broker Trading Agreement Form (BTA)
For Foreign Currency Securities: Letter of Appointment to Landbank as Third-Party Custodian and W8Ben/W9Ben (IRS). *QIB Registration is required for some Corporate Securities*
US Treasury Bills or US Treasuries have a 0.125% per annum Broker's Commission per transaction and a custody fee of 0.003% per annum.
Foreign-currency denominated government securities other than US Treasuries have a 0.125% per annum Broker's Commission per transaction and a custody fee of 0.003% per annum.
Foreign-currency denominated corporate bonds have 0.25% per annum Broker's Commission per transaction and a custody fee of 0.003% per annum.