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SGS bonds are fully backed by the Singapore Government. There are three different categories of SGS bonds, summarised here:
|SGS (Market Development)||SGS (Infrastructure)||Green SGS (Infrastructure)
Further information on the
|Legislation||Government Securities (Debt Market and Investment) Act 1992||Significant Infrastructure Government Loan Act 2021 (SINGA)||Significant Infrastructure Government Loan Act 2021 (SINGA)|
|Objective||To develop the domestic debt market||To finance major, long-term infrastructure||To finance major, long-term green infrastructure projects|
|Issuer||Government of Singapore|
|Sovereign Credit Rating|
|Available Tenor||2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 or 50 years|
|Frequency of Issuance||Auction: Monthly, according to the
Syndication: From time to time, according to indicative timeframe as announced by MAS
|Method of Sale||Auction: Uniform price auction - competitive or non-competitive bids.
Syndication: Placement Tranche - price and yield determined through the book-building process.
|Coupon Payment||. Paid on the first business day of the month.|
There is no capital gains tax in Singapore.
For residential financial institutions (excluding Financial Sector Incentive - Standard Tier companies) and corporations, interest income is taxed at a concessionary rate of 10% for SGS issued up to 31 Dec 2023.
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