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How do I use my CPF to apply for Singapore Government Bonds and Treasury Bills (T-bills) at primary auctions? Can the application be submitted using online or ATM services?

 

For CPF Investment Scheme-Ordinary Account (CPFIS-OA)

Please apply for the bonds and T-bills through your CPFIS-OA agent bank. Application is restricted to your CPFIS-OA agent bank to facilitate the settlement process for bonds and T-bills purchased under CPFIS-OA.

DBS/POSB: Apply through DBS/POSB's internet banking portal or digibank mobile.

OCBC: Apply through OCBC’s internet banking portal or OCBC Digital application.

UOB: Apply for SGS bonds in person at any UOB branch. Apply for T-bills through UOB’s internet banking portal

For step-by-step guide on how to submit your application through your CPFIS-OA agent bank’s electronic portal, you may visit their website, DBS (scroll to dropdown menu “How to apply?”) and OCBC (scroll to section “Invest digitally into T-bills & SGS bonds with your CPF”).

After the T-bills auction closes, you can check the aggregate results of the auction at the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s website. If your application is successful, the T-bills allotted to you will be reflected in the CPF investment account statement sent by your agent bank. 

For CPF Investment Scheme-Special Account
(CPFIS-SA)

You may apply for the bonds and T-bills via any of the CPFIS bond dealers (i.e. DBS, OCBC or UOB).

DBS/POSB: Apply in person at any DBS/POSB branch.

OCBC: Apply through OCBC’s internet banking portal or OCBC Digital application.

UOB: Apply in person at any UOB branch.

For step-by-step guide on how to submit your application through the CPFIS bond dealer’s electronic portal, you may visit their website, OCBC (scroll to section “Invest digitally into T-bills & SGS bonds with your CPF”). 

After the T-bills auction closes, you can check the aggregate results of the auction at the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s website. If your application is successful, the T-bills allotted to you will be reflected in your Special Account investment portfolio statement