Money Market Instruments are short dated debt instruments generally issued by supra national governments, financial institutions or corporations. They include Treasury Bills, Certificates of Deposits and Commercial paper.
While generally considered safer instruments, investors are exposed to certain risks including the issuer’s credit risk and market conditions.
For more information on the features, benefits and risks of this type of investment, please approach your DBS Treasures Relationship Manager.
For more information please approach your DBS Treasures Relationship Manager.
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Investment into fixed income securities exposes investors to credit and interest rate risks