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What are Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds?

Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds (AGBs) offer a convenient and readily accessible way to invest in Australian Government Bonds. Australian Government Bonds are debt securities issued by the Australian Government.

A holder of Exchange-traded AGBs has beneficial ownership of AGBs in the form of CHESS Depositary Interests (CDIs). This means holders obtain all the economic benefits, including coupon and principal payments, attached to legal ownership of the AGBs over which the CDIs have been issued.

Read more about the two types of Exchange-traded AGBs:

Exchange-traded Treasury Bonds (eTBs)

Exchange-traded Treasury Indexed Bonds (eTIBs)


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Why invest in Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds?

 


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How to invest in Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds

Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds (AGBs) have the appeal and convenience of being electronically quoted and traded through the ASX in small or large parcels.

There are two types of Exchange-traded AGBs: Exchange-traded Treasury Bonds (eTBs) and Exchange-traded Treasury Indexed Bonds (eTIBs).

Find out more about:

Buying and selling eTBs

Buying and selling eTIBs


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