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Definition

    Bonds is Letter of Debt with a proof of agreement from the issuer of the Letter of Debt (Bonds) to pay-back the principal amount of borrowed funds along with the interest coupons to its investors in accordance to the terms and conditions agreed upon on the purchase of the Letter of Debt (Bonds).

Product Types:
  1. Republic of Indonesia Bonds (Surat Utang Negara - available in US$ and Rupiah)

    Is the Letter of Debt issued by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia which is available in either US Dollar and Rupiah whereas the payment of its principal and coupon is guaranteed under Law by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia in terms of its maturity.

    • Issued and guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
    • Free of risks of default since it is also guaranteed under the National Act.
    • Open to be traded in secondary markets.
    • Issued in US$ and Rupiah.
  2. Republic of Indonesia Retail Bonds (ORI – available in Rupiah)

    Is the Letter of Debt sold to individuals who are citizens of Indonesia through selling agents appointed by the Ministry of Treasury of the Republic of Indonesia whereas the payment of its principal and coupon is guaranteed under Law by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia in terms with its maturity.

    • Issued and guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
    • Free of risks of default since it is also guaranteed under the National Act.
    • Comprised of 2 sub-categories:
      • Indonesia Retail Bonds (ORI) / Obligasi Negara Ritel Indonesia
      • Sukuk Negara Ritel Indonesia (SR), which is issued under Islamic Banking (syariah) principles.
    • Issued in US$ and Rupiah.Issued in US$ and Rupiah.Issued in US$ and Rupiah.
Benefit
  • Issued and Protected by Republic of Indonesia Government

    Standard Chartered Bank offers Governmenr Bond bond which is issued and capital protected at maturity by The Government of the Republic of Indonesia.

  • No Risk of Default under the Law

    Government Bonds issued by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia are guaranteed by Law (UU No. 24 tahun 2002 regarding Surat Utang Negara/Government Bond). It is stated that the Government of the Republic of Indonesia shall guarantee the payment of coupons payments along with the amount of capital invested at its maturity.

  • Available in secondary market

    Customers / Investors may perform buy and sell transactionss through secondary market mechanism.

  • Liquidity

    Daily price quotation will be available so that investors may perform buy and sell transactions everyday. Customers/Investor may buy and sell bonds simply by contacting their Relationship Manager to carry out the transaction.

  • Available in currency of: US$ dan Rupiah

    There are 2 types of currencies offered through The Government of the Republic of Indonesia’s bonds. , i.e.:US Dollar and Rupiah, therefore customers may choose the most appropriate one according to their financial needs.Standard Chartered gives options for investing in Government Bond in currenct of US$ dan Rupiah so that Investor can choose the most suitable product for his/her needs.

Purchase Requirement
  • Owning Standard Chartered Bank account
  • Filling-in and completing all the required documents for Bonds purchase


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