Annual public service announcement! =)

I used to hold ABF Singapore Bond Index ETF (A35) but I no longer do so.

The first exchange traded fund (“ETF”) bond fund in Singapore, the Fund invests in the constituents of the iBoxx ABF Singapore Bond Index. This index tracks a basket of high-quality bonds issued primarily by the Singapore government and quasi-Singapore government entities.

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Dividends for ABF Singapore Bond Index Fund are declared at the start of every year.

SGX (Corporate Action) is one of the best source of dividends information and I’ll re-post it here, for your convenience especially if you’re holding it.

  1. 2016 – S$0.0265
  2. 2017 – S$0.0214
  3. 2018 – S$0.0261
  4. 2019 – S$0.0262
  5. 2020 – S$0.0249 (Ex-date: 2 January 2020, Payment-date: 15 January 2020)

What most people are interested in – dividend yield please? Based on the unit price of $1.194 on 31 December 2019, this translates to a dividend yield of 2.08% for ABF Singapore Bond Index ETF.

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