Israel Bonds currently offers the following securities:
- Jubilee Bonds - US Dollars, Sterling
- Maccabee Bonds – US Dollars
- Sabra SavingsBonds-US Dollars
- Savings Bond-Sterling, Euro
- Mazel Tov Bonds (gift bonds) - US Dollars, Sterling, Euro
- Floating Rate Bonds - US Dollars (Libor), Euro (Euribor)
Rates for all Israel bonds are determined twice per month, except Mazel Tov, which are determined once per month. Sabra, Mazel Tov, Maccabee and Jubilee bonds pay a fixed rate of interest for the life of the bond. Sabra, Mazel Tov bonds pay interest and principal upon maturity. Jubilee and Maccabee bonds pay semi-annual interest May 1st and November 1st. LIBOR Floating Rate and LIBOR Floating Rate Financing bonds pay interest June 1st and December 1st.
Yes. If you hold a physical certificate, it must be submitted to the fiscal agent with order to receive payment. If you have a book entry bond, the fiscal agent will either mail the redemption check to the address on file upon maturity or deposit it into the bank account provided.
Depending on the issue, under certain circumstances Israel Bonds may be transferred to immediate family members orcertain organizations. Details may be found in the Information Memorandum or contact us, or email
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The Bonds organizationmaintains a comprehensive business continuity plan (BCP) that addresses how DCI/State of Israel Bonds will respond in the event of a significant business disruption. The BCP is subject to modification.