Focus areas and schemes to develop Singapore as a leading fixed income hub in Asia.
Singapore's corporate bond market has grown in depth and breadth over the past decade. It will continue to be fuelled by Asia's demand for long-term capital to support infrastructure and sustainable growth.
Singapore’s corporate bond market is fully accessible to all issuers and investors globally. There are no capital controls, hedging restrictions, or withholding taxes on qualifying debt securities.
Issuers are supported by an ecosystem of international and regional banks’ debt capital markets teams, lawyers, accountants and rating agencies that provide essential services in issuing a bond.
A wide range of investors including financial institutions, fund managers, insurance companies, private banks and retail investors participates in Singapore’s corporate bond market.
You can get more information about Singapore's bond market and the qualifying debt securities in the following pages:
MAS is strengthening Singapore's role as Asia's fixed income hub for bond issuers. Find out about opportunities in Singapore's bond market and ride on the growth in fixed income investment.
At the launch of the Financial Services Industry Transformation Map 2025, Mr Lawrence Wong, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, and Deputy Chairman, MAS shared the plans, strategies and targets for the next five years for our financial centre to continue to stay relevant and competitive.
The Financial Services Industry Transformation Map 2025 lays out the growth strategies to further develop Singapore as a leading international financial centre in Asia – to connect global markets, support Asia’s development, and serve Singapore’s economy.
Opening Address by Ms Jacqueline Loh, Deputy Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore, at the Global Borrowers & Investors Forum