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I thought I bought a bond

  • 10.SEP.2016
  • Christopher Hall,  Sharecafe

The Saturday edition of Sharecafe featured an interview with Richard Murphy.

Christopher Hall discusses with Richard Murphy, CEO of Australian Corporate Bond Company (XTB), how Hybrids compare to Fixed Income and Term Deposits.

Christopher and Richard discuss how hybrids compare to fixed income and TD¹ investments. With many investors thought to compare hybrids to TDs and other fixed income investments because of the yield it’s important that they understand the differences between these investments.

Christoper Hall Share Cafe I thought I bought a bond

They also cover:

  • The changes that ASX and APRA have made recently and the impact these have had
  • How the capital stability of bonds is a lot more similar to the capital stability of TDs
  • Who are the winners and losers in the current situation with APRA rule changes
  • How greater clarity in understanding the complexities of hybrids should make everyone a winner.

 

Watch the video now

Source: Sharecafe

¹ Term Deposits may enjoy the benefit of protection under the Financial Claims Scheme

Disclaimer 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.

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