Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration by buying a £100 Mazel Tov
Israel Bond and receive a special edition Balfour 100 presentation pack.
What is an Israel Bond?
An Israel Bond is a loan you can make to the State of Israel.
Israel uses the loaned money to help strengthen almost every part of its modern, innovative and diverse economy.
In return for the loan, the State of Israel agrees to pay interest to you, the bondholder, and repay the loan at the end of its term.
Like other bonds, investing in Israel bonds puts your capital at risk.
Israel Bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the State of Israel, which has always made capital and interest payments since the first Israel Bond was sold in 1951. Past performance is not an indicator of future results.
Your capital may be at risk
I have much pleasure
in conveying to you,
on behalf of His Majesty's Government,
the following declaration...
This advertisement has been issued by the Development Company for Israel (International) Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and registered in England No. 01415853. This is not an offering, which could only be made by prospectus. Your capital is at risk, the rules under FSMA for the protection of retail clients do not apply. An investment in any of these bonds will not be covered by the provisions of the Financial Services Compensation scheme, nor by any similar scheme. Israel bonds are intended as a long-term investment as they are not listed or admitted to dealing on any recognised investment or stock exchange nor is there any established secondary market, as a consequence Israel bonds are not readily realisable before their maturity date. DCI (International) Ltd is not the issuer of these bonds, they are issued by the State of Israel.