Richard Murphy talks to Kaplan about corporate bonds and how to use them in a portfolio
James Ellis from Kaplan Professional spoke to Richard Murphy recently about the burgeoning corporate bond market. As part of their discussion, they look beneath the covers at what XTBs are. They also cover how advisers and investors can incorporate corporate bond returns into their portfolios.
- Why haven’t retail investors been able to access corporate bonds easily to date?
- How do XTBs differ from corporate bonds?
- How many XTBs are available and do they represent investment grade and junk bonds?
- What corporate bond coupon structures are available via XTBs?
- Are there fees associated with investing in XTBs?
- What are the advantages of holding corporate bonds over term deposits¹?
Watch the full interview below.
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¹ Term Deposits may enjoy the benefit of protection under the Financial Claims Scheme.
The information in this article is general in nature. It should not be the sole source of information. It does not take into account the investment objectives or circumstances of any particular investor. You should consider, with or without advice from a professional adviser, whether an investment is appropriate to your circumstances. Australian Corporate Bond Company Limited is the Securities Manager of XTBs and will earn fees in connection with an investment in XTBs.