As the fiscal agent for the Government of Belize, the Central Bank of Belize facilitates the issue of Government securities in which the public may invest. These include Treasury bills, Treasury notes and Treasury bonds.

Treasury bills are Government securities issued in multiples of $200 and with a maturity period of not more than one year. Treasury notes, on the other hand, are issued in multiples of $1000 with maturities ranging from one to 20 years. Treasury bonds can also be issued by the Government of Belize with maturities ranging from 10 to 30 years.

Learn more about Government securities, the Central Bank's role, and how you can invest:


What is a Government Security?

Frequently asked questions on government securities.
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Treasury Bills

Learn what Treasury bills are and how to bid on them.
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Treasury Notes and Bonds

Find out the benefits of Treasury notes and bonds and how to purchase them.
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Examples of Treasury Note Investments

Illustrative examples of Treasury note investments.
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