Treasury Products & Services 

Treasury Bills and Treasury Bonds
Treasury Bills and Treasury Bonds are highly liquid gift edged investments.

  • Treasury Bills

    Investments with maturities from 3, 6 and 12  months

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Click here to download - Treasury bill application for individual / joint investors.

Click here to download - Treasury bill application for Company / Society / Association.

 

Treasury Bills and Bonds for Migrant Work Force

Migrant work force can open Securities Investment Account (SIA)  with Bank of Ceylon to invest in Treasury Bills/Treasury Bonds issued by Government of Sri Lanka/Equity capital of companies incorporated in Sri Lanka /Units of Unit Trusts in Sri Lanka.

Repurchase Agreement (Repo)
A repurchase agreement,also known as a repo, is the sale of securities together with an agreement for the Bank to buy back the securities at a later date. A repo is economically similar to a secured loan, with the buyer receiving securities as collateral to protect him against default by the seller. Amounts over Rs: 5 million can be invested under Repo especially for short term and medium term.

Reverse Repurchase Agreement 
(Reverse Repo)
Borrowing money against your Treasury Bills or Bonds. An ideal product for corporate, fund managers, etc.

Sri Lanka Development Bonds (SLDB)
You can invest in US$ denominated SLDBs at the time of issue or buying from the market through us.

Sovereign Bonds
Sri Lanka Sovereign Bonds are issued by the Government of Sri Lanka for 5 or 10 years, the proceeds of which are utilised for development activities. Investment is usually limited to non-Sri Lankan entities


Discount of Treasury Bills and Bonds prematurely
Premature withdrawal of money invested in Treasury Bills or Treasury Bonds applying present market rates.

Forward Exchange Contract
A special type of foreign currency transaction. Forward contracts are agreements between two parties to exchange two designated currencies at a specific time in the future. These contracts always take place on a date after the date that the spot contract settles, and are used to protect the buyer from fluctuations in currency prices.

Foreign exchange Transaction
Common customer transactions, are inward and outward remittances, issuing of foreign currency and travellers cheques for travel, transfers between accounts, settlement of external trade transactions and etc.

Structured Products
Tailored products and risk managing tools to suit your business needs. Best available rates for hedging risks.

Options
A derrivative product to hedge your risk of foreign exchange. This gives a right but not an obligation to the buyer of the contract. An alternative product to Forward Exchange Contract under which the buyer gets an obligation.