The head of financial education of the Capital Market Division Commission (CMC), Cristina Mamede, encouraged today, citizens and companies to invest in the purchase of Treasury bonds due to attractive interest and less dangerous risks.
Cristina Mamede, who was speaking to ANGOP’s journalists, in a training session on the importance and functioning of the Capital Market Commission), explained that investments in T-Bonds are very attractive and likely to be less dangerous risky.
“Every investment has a risk, even if it is minimal, but the purchase of T-Bonds or T-Bills is an active investment and with very low probabilities of losses, as it is the purchase of debt from the State”, she stressed.
Regarding T-Bonds and T-Bills, both are explained that they are bonds and that the first corresponds to the debt, which have a repayment period of up to five years and the second credits or rights, whose payment or term of one year.
The sale of the titles, she said, are done behind an account at the Central de Valores Mobiliários (CEVAMA) – Sales of Securities, in a process that can be done online or by an intermediary agent that from time to time informs the client about the progress.