INVEST IN ISRAEL
INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS

Investment Options

It is easy to invest in Israel Bonds. There are a range of Bonds, suitable for a variety of investment portfolios. To find out our current rates, please go to the rates page

Bonds in Sterling

Sterling Jubilee Bond (9th Sterling Series) (2-year):
Minimum purchase of £1000

Sterling Savings Bond (9th Sterling Series)(1-year):
Minimum purchase of £25000

Sterling Savings Bond (9th Sterling Series)(2, 3 and 5-year):
Minimum purchase of £1000

Sterling Mazel Tov Savings Bonds (9th Sterling Series)(5-year):
Minimum purchase of £100 and multiples of £10

Bonds in US Dollars

US Dollar Jubilee Fixed Rate Bonds (7th Int'l Dollar Series) (2, 3, 5,10 and 15-year):
Minimum Subscription: $25,000 and multiples of $5,000

US Dollar Maccabee Fixed Rate Bond (7th Int'l Dollar Series) (2, 3, 5,10 and 15-year):
Minimum Subscription: $5,000 and multiples of $500

US Dollar Floating Rate LIBOR Bonds (7th Int'l Dollar Series)(2, 3 and 5-year):
Minimum Subscription: $5,000 and multiples of $500

US Dollar Sabra Savings Bonds (7th Int'l Dollar Series) (1-year):
Minimum Subscription: $25,000 and multiples of $1000

US Dollar Sabra Savings Bonds (7th Int'l Dollar Series) (2, 3 and 5-year):
Minimum Subscription: $1,000 and multiples of $100

US Dollar Mazel Tov Savings Bonds (7th Int'l Dollar Series) (5-year):
Minimum Subscription: $100 and multiples of $10

Bonds in Euro

Euro Floating Rate Bonds (14th Euro Series) (2 and 3-year):
Minimum Subscription: 5,000 Euro

Euro Savings Bond (13th Euro Series) (1-year):
Minimum Subscription: 5,000 Euro

Euro Savings Bond (13th Euro Series) (2, 3 and 5-year):
Minimum Subscription: 25,000 Euro

Euro Mazel Tov Savings Bonds (9th Euro Series) (5-year):
Minimum purchase of €100 and multiples of €10

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.