Prize Bond List Rs. 15,000– Prize Bonds were introduced in 1960, with the Central Directorate of National Savings acting as the owner of the scheme and the State Bank of Pakistan. Prize Bonds is gol
Prize Bond List Rs. 15,000– Prize Bonds were introduced in 1960, with the Central Directorate of National Savings acting as the owner of the scheme and the State Bank of Pakistan. Prize Bonds is gold investment and are bearer type of security, it is beneficial for investors/money maker people of all the classes and sectors because it issued under the management of State Bank. It can be a golden chance to fulfill one’s dreams by winning a prize bond. It is a bearer type of security available in denominations of 100 PKR, 200 PKR, 750 PKR, 1500 PKR, 7500 PKR, 15000 PKR, 25000 PKR, and 40000 PKR respectively. This page is based on the Prize Bond List Rs. 15,000 that is exclusively for this particular prize bond holder. The entire prize bonds are issued in a proper sequence and each series comprise of one less than 1,000,000 bonds. The prize bond lucky draw is held on quarterly basis under a common draw method, with same number of prizes for each series.
The denomination of Rs. Rs. 15,000, Multan prize bond will be announced on October, 02 2017. According to the National Savings (Prize Bond) of Pakistan (CDNS), the winning amount of 1st prize is Rs. 30,000,000 while the three prizes of Rs. 10,000,000 each has been reserved for 2nd position. Further, 3rd prizes of Rs. 185,000 will be awarded to each of 1,696 winning numbers as well. National savings & State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) declared result on online and printed paper for public. Find your old or new prize bonds online with all denominations such as; 100 (Student Welfare), 200, 750, 1500, 7500, 15000, 25000 and 40,000 respectively. The government has launched premium prize bond worth Rs 40,000 with prize of Rs 80 million on draw and monthly profit. Analysts believe this move is aimed at tapping cheap source of budget financing which will also address concerns of whitening money through old traditional prize bonds. This situation highlights that government is tackling with huge financial problems like debt payments and soaring trade deficit. The first prize of the bond is Rs80 million, whereas after six months profit on the bond will also be paid to the holders. Corrupt elements are likely to benefit from issuance of these bonds as government is inching forward to ink an agreement with Swiss authorities. The lucky draw for the prize bond purchasers is held after three months, so the investors have an opportunity to invest their savings in the face of Prize Bonds to get the chance to become a millionaire overnight. Pakbiz provides the complete list of all the Prize bonds draws including the numbers of the top winners when it declare by its official.