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Singapore Government Securities
Before applying for T-Bills, please ensure your:
- CPF Investment Account has sufficient funds
- CDP account is activated
Refer to our guide for more details on the application process and commonly asked questions.
At a Glance
Fully backed by the Government
A sound way to diversify your investment portfolio
Earn regular interest
SGS Bonds are tradable government debt securities that pay a fixed interest every 6 months.
SGS Bonds can help you:
- Diversify your investment portfolio.
- Receive a fixed, steady income until the bond matures.
- Invest in a safe, long-term product.
For more information, you can refer to MAS SGS Bonds.
To Apply New Issues
Using Cash or Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS), please log in to digibank from 6pm on Announcement Date to 1 business day before Auction Date at 9pm.
Using CPFIS Ordinary Account, please log in to digibank from 6pm on Announcement Date to 2 business days before Auction Date at 12pm.
If you would like to open a CPF Investment Account with us, refer to this page.
Using CPFIS Special Account – You may visit any DBS/POSB branch to submit your applications from the announcement date to 2 business days (before 10 am) before the auction date.
- Investors without a CPF Investment Account would need to take the Self-Awareness Questionnaire (SAQ).
- Find out how much of your OA and SA savings you can invest.
Log in to my cpf digital services with your Singpass > Select my cpf > My dashboards > Investment
Please note Financial Planning Branch applications close 2 business days before the Auction Date at 10am.
To Buy or Sell Existing Issues
Using Cash, Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) or CPFIS Ordinary Account, you may submit the request through your existing brokers. If you have a DBS Vickers account, please log in to digibank.
Using CPFIS Special Account, you may visit any Financial Planning Branch to submit your request. All new/existing CPFIS investors would need to take the Self-Awareness Questionnaire (SAQ).
For more information on SGS Bonds, please visit our Help & Support article.
Treasury Bills (T-Bills)
For more information on Treasury Bills (T-Bills), please visit our Help & Support article.
Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB)
Terms and Conditions
For more information on Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB) please visit our Help & Support article.