The Bank routinely stands to offer Ukraine local government bonds. Government bonds is a debt security for which a government guarantees to pay returns (periodic interest payments) and repay its value using the government budget funds.For each issue of government bonds, a unique number is assigned (i.e., an International Securities Identification Number — ISIN), which is a 12-character alphanumeric code (of both letters and numeric characters). All securities, issued in Ukraine, begin with «UA» to specify belonging to a particular country. Both legal entities and natural persons may invest in government bonds.Each bond has both market and face value. As opposed to the face one, the market value is constantly changing depending on the current market environment, interest rates, bonds demand and supply.