FGN SAVINGS BOND – A Good Savings Instrument!
Invest in the

13.189% 2-Year
&
14.189% 3-Year

FGN Savings
Bond

On Monday, 8th May, 2017, The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) Savings Bond opened for subscription. The Offer will close today, Friday, 12th May, 2017.


(see the banner below for more information on the features and benefits of the FGN Savings Bond)

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What Happens When You Invest in the 2-Year 13.189% FGN Savings Bond

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Mr. Udoma Adeosun decided to invest N1,000,000 in the 13.189% 2-Year FGN Savings Bond.

  • On a quarterly basis (every 3 months), Udoma would receive N32,972.50 (that is N131,890 in a year and N263,780 in 2 years).
  • After 2 years, at maturity, Udoma would be paid back his N1,000,000 investment.

What Happens When You Invest in the 3-Year 14.189% FGN Savings Bond

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Mr. Yemi Buhari decided to invest N1,000,000 in the 14.189% 3-Year FGN Savings Bond.

  • On a quarterly basis (every 3 months), Yemi would receive N35,472.50 (that is N141,890 in a year and N425,670 in 3 years).
  • After 3 years, at maturity, Yemi would be paid back his N1,000,000 investment.

What You Need to Do
Visit us and do the following:

  • Open a CSCS Account, if you do not have one, with a minimum of N5,000 for the FGN Savings Bond. You can also subscribe for additional units in multiples of N1,000 thereafter, subject to a maximum of N50 million monthly.
  • Complete the Subscription Form and submit it to us on or before the Closing Date, 12th May, 2017.

Advice to Existing Clients
This Savings Bond offers you a new Investment Instrument. You can invest with fresh funds or review your portfolio and sell the volatile stocks. This action will reduce the instability in the value of your portfolio.


What Happens to Your Subscription to Treasury Bills & FGN Bonds Henceforth?
With the introduction of the FGN Savings Bond, the new minimum subscription to Treasury Bills and FGN Bonds is now N50 million. Investors with lower investable funds are to invest in the FGN Savings Bond.

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