We believe in offering you the best choices to support your financial growth. May it be a traditional term deposit or a structured investment product, our effort is to let you earn the best return on your investment.
Treasury Bills are short term debt instruments issued by Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The tenor ranges from 3, 6, to 12 months. They are issued at discount (face value less interest) and have fixed interest rates.
Treasury Bonds are long term debt instruments issued by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The rates are fixed and Maturity can range from periods of up to 2 to 20 years. Interest is paid every six months and the face value is repaid on the maturity date.
It is a binding obligation to buy or sell foreign currency at a pre-agreed rate of exchange at a future value date. Forward price of a currency can be identical with the spot price. However, the forward price can be higher (premium) or lower (discount) than the spot price.
Companies can use Forward contracts to cover or hedge foreign exchange exposure from future adverse fluctuations. All forward dates are based on the spot trading date, depending on currency pairs involved.
Repurchase Agreement - Repo
Contract to sell and subsequently repurchase treasury bills and treasury bonds at a specific date and a price.
A binding obligation to buy or sell a certain amount of foreign currency at the current market rate, for settlement in two working days.
Call our hotline and talk to our treasury department for more information on our treasury services.
* Central Bank of Sri Lanka / Exchange Control rules and regulations apply.