Brunei Darussalam – Singapore: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Currency Interchangeability Agreement (CIA) Limited Edition Numismatic Notes Collection

The Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) are pleased to issue a commemorative $50 polymer note each to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Currency Interchangeability Agreement between Brunei Darussalam and Singapore. 

The Currency Interchangeability Agreement (the Agreement) was established in 1967 to promote bilateral monetary cooperation between Brunei Darussalam and Singapore. Under the Agreement, AMBD and MAS will accept the currency issued by the other, and to exchange it at par and without charge, into their own currency. Banks in both countries will accept for deposit, from the general public and businesses, currency issued by the other country at par. Over the last 50 years, the Agreement, together with the Brunei dollar’s peg to the Singapore dollar, has played an important role in facilitating trade, investment and tourism flows between the two countries.

Available in this limited edition numismatic collection are five product types marketed by The Singapore Mint:

  • Identical Numbered Notes Set (Only set with special ‘CIA’ prefix and the same serial number. Featuring one Singapore $50 and one Brunei $50 commemorative note.)
  • Singapore 3-in-1 Uncut Sheet
  • Brunei 3-in-1 Uncut Sheet
  • Brunei 8-in-1 Uncut Sheet
  • Brunei 40-in-1 Uncut Sheet

Product Information: 

Brochure   

MAS Press Release

Terms & Conditions

Updates:

All numismatic notes set are sold out.

After order closing date, customers who have placed their orders by the end of 12 July 2017 can expect the following:

What To Expect

Sets that are oversubscribed will be subjected to balloting. The numismatic notes collection will be issued from 18 July 2017 onwards.
Order Terms and Conditions apply.