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Features & Benefits
Bonds are issued to raise funds and in return you are paid fixed interest (called “coupon”) on the principal amount of the Bond at a predetermined frequency. Upon maturity of the Bond you will receive the face value (also known as the ‘principal amount’ or ‘nominal value’) of the Bond.
Regular Stream of Interest Income
Even during times of market volatility
Diversify your investments
From existing assets class
Potential Capital Appreciation
If market interest rate falls
Bond is NOT equivalent to a fixed deposit. Bonds are mainly for medium and long term investment, not for short term speculation. You should be prepared to invest your funds in Bond for the full investment tenor. Any redemption prior to Maturity Date (unless called by the Issuer) is subject to marked-to-market cost and may result in the Customer losing part of or all the Principal Amount.
Bond issuer is unable to make interest or principal payments when due, as per the bond agreement, the issuer is said to be in default, and you may not recover your full investment capital.
THE BONDS ARE SUBJECT TO THE PERCEIVED/ACTUAL MEASURES OF CREDIT WORTHINESS OF THE ISSUER AND THE GUARANTOR (IF APPLICABLE). THERE IS NO ASSURANCE OF PROTECTION AGAINST A DEFAULT BY THE ISSUER/GUARANTOR (IF APPLICABLE) IN RESPECT OF REPAYMENT OBLIGATIONS. IN THE WORST CASE SCENARIO, THE INVESTOR MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO RECOVER THE PRINCIPAL AND ANY COUPON IF THE ISSUER AND/OR THE GUARANTOR (IF APPLICABLE) DEFAULT ON THE BONDS.
THE INVESTOR IS REMINDED THAT THE BONDS ARE NOT PROTECTED BY PERBADANAN INSURANS DEPOSIT MALAYSIA.
Money withdrawn from your insured deposit(s) is no longer protected by PIDM if transferred to a non-deposit account. For example, Unit Trust, ASNB, Investment Account-i etc.
Uninsured deposit products are not protected by PIDM. For example, Bond, Dual Currency Investment (DCI), Negotiable Instrument of Deposit (NID), Structured Product etc.
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