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Worldwide Israel Bonds Sales Approached USD $1.3 billion

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  • Can I purchase as a gift for somebody living in another country?

    Yes.

  • Can I purchase several bonds for different people at one time?

    Yes.

  • How many bondholders can hold a single bond?

    Up to four bondholders can hold a single bond.

  • Can I purchase a bond for a minor?

    Yes.

  • On what date are bonds issued?

    All bonds are issued twice monthly, on the 1st and 15th of each month, except for Mazel Tov bonds, which are issued once monthly on the 1st of each month, unless stated otherwise. Visit our rates page for more information.

  • Can I add beneficiaries?

    No.

  • What are increments?

    Increments are set amounts by which you can increase your minimum purchase amount.

  • What rate will I receive?

    You will receive the rate in effect during the offering period in which your full payment and completed forms are received. See current rates for additional information.

  • Payments & Holdings

  • Can I use multiple methods of payment on the purchase of a single bond?

    No. The fiscal agent accepts only one method of payment per bond.

  • What methods of payment do you accept?

    At this time, you may pay by wire transfer and cheque. See How to Buy for detailed instructions. If you are within the United Kingdom and paying for a bond(s) in Pounds Sterling, you may also PayDirect by TrueLayer. (see our FAQs for more information about Truelayer)

  • Can I purchase as a gift for somebody living in another country?

    Yes.

  • Can I purchase several bonds for different people at one time?

    Yes.

  • How many bondholders can hold a single bond?

    Up to four bondholders can hold a single bond.

  • Can I purchase a bond for a minor?

    Yes.

  • On what date are bonds issued?

    All bonds are issued twice monthly, on the 1st and 15th of each month, except for Mazel Tov bonds, which are issued once monthly on the 1st of each month, unless stated otherwise. Visit our rates page for more information.

  • Can I add beneficiaries?

    No.

  • What are increments?

    Increments are set amounts by which you can increase your minimum purchase amount.

  • What rate will I receive?

    You will receive the rate in effect during the offering period in which your full payment and completed forms are received. See current rates for additional information.

  • Troubleshooting

  • What is the difference between a Mazel Tov bond and an eMazel Tov bond?

    The eMazel Tov bond may only be purchased online, while the Mazel Tov bond is not available for online purchase. Each bond has a different minimum subscription, rate, and terms and conditions. Visit our rates page for more information.

  • I want to purchase a gift bond but do not have the recipient's contact details. Can I add the details after the bond has been purchased?

    No. At the time of purchase, we must have the recipient’s name, address, date of birth, email address, and telephone number. (If purchasing for a minor, please provide legal guardian’s phone number and email address.)

  • If I realise I’ve made a mistake after I have submitted my application, can I correct it later?

    Yes. Please contact your local Israel Bonds office here

  • What if I change my mind and have already submitted the application and/or payment, and want to cancel my order?

    Please contact your local Israel Bonds office here.

  • How can I change my account information?

    Please contact your local Israel Bonds office here.

  • Will I still have to send documents to the office if I register and purchase online?

    No. This would only be necessary in rare occurrences, such as if a document was not properly received, uploaded, or transmitted during your online purchase or registration.

  • Is it possible to receive statements by email only?

    No.

  • Does subscription mean that I will have to make a monthly payment?

    No. Payment occurs once.

  • Can I apply in-person with a representative but purchase online? Can I apply online and later purchase in-person with a representative?

    Yes. Please contact your local Israel Bonds office here.

  • Who can I contact if I need help with purchasing online?

    Please contact your local Israel Bonds office here.

  • Privacy & Affiliates

  • How does DCI handle personal and private information online?

    DCI takes the utmost care to keep your information safe. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information.

  • What is Jumio?

    Jumio is an outside service provider that DCI uses to verify customers’ identity and documentation.

  • What is TrueLayer?

    TrueLayer is used in the United Kingdom as an outside service provider that allows customers to transfer funds for payment.

  • What is POSTIDENT?

    POSTIDENT is an identity verification service available to our clients in Germany. You can use POSTIDENT to verify by video—this is an online process that verifies identity via video chat. You may find links to use POSTIDENT here.

    For more information on how this service works, please visit their website here.

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    Worldwide Sales Approached USD $1.3 billion

    December 31, 2017

     

    On December 31, Development Corporation for Israel/Israel Bonds closed the books on 2017, with U.S. sales exceeding $1.112 billion. For the fifth consecutive year, investments eclipsed the $1 billion mark.

    Additional sales came from Canada-Israel Securities, Limited/Israel Bonds Canada and from Development Company for Israel (International) Ltd., which sells Israel Bonds in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico and Brazil.

    Since the first Israel bond was issued in 1951 total global sales have exceeded USD $41 billion.

    Admiration for the Bonds enterprise came from the highest levels of Israel’s government. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Israel bonds as both “a financial instrument and a fraternal instrument, a bond of brotherhood and sisterhood with the Jewish state, for Jews and non-Jews alike.” Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon cited the organization’s “incredible and historic contribution to the State of Israel.”

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Israel bonds as both “a financial instrument
    and a fraternal instrument, a bond of brotherhood and sisterhood with the Jewish state,
    for Jews and non-Jews alike” in his 2017 Prime Minister's Club address in Miami

     

    Israel Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon
    Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at an Israel Bonds event in July 2017 in Washington, DC
    (Photo: Freed Photography)

     

    Additionally, Warren Buffett, who earlier in the year participated in his second event for Israel Bonds in less than seven months, told a New York audience, “The purchase of Israel bonds is a sound investment and a deserved endorsement of a remarkable country.”

     

    Warren Buffett tells a New York audience Israel bonds are “a deserved endorsement of a remarkable country”
    Warren Buffett tells a New York audience Israel bonds are “a deserved endorsement of
    a remarkable country” in June 2017 (Photo: Shahan Azran)

     

    In commenting on the 2017 sales, Bonds President & CEO Israel Maimon said, “I want to thank each Israel bond investor at every level, individual and institutional alike, for their faith in Israel and its strong economy. As Israel looks to its 70th anniversary, our loyal client base is helping to lay the foundation for ever-greater achievements.”

    He added, “I express my deep appreciation to our dedicated lay leaders and staff. The results of the past year would not have been possible without them, and I am grateful for their devotion to the Bonds mission and the State of Israel.”