ASX Listed Fixed Interest
Fixed Interest Securities (non-Government) are generally suited to
investors seeking income. They are intended to pay a consistent stream
of distributions based on either fixed or floating rates.
Bank issued securities offer investors the benefit of higher yields than
traditional fixed interest securities (such as Government and
Semi-Government bonds) while providing liquidity via an ASX listing. These securities are generally issued by well-known companies in the
S&P/ASX 200 Index.
Morgans can offer you advice as well as a range of new investment opportunities from Australia's largest banks and industrial companies.
Your adviser can build a tailored income portfolio for you, which unlike managed fund alternatives, can be constructed to take into account your specific objectives and risk profile.
An explanation of fixed income securities and the different types available, including Asset Backed Securities (ABS) and Residential Mortgage Backed Securities (RMBS).
Current listed securities
It is very important to understand the security issue terms as the securities in this sector vary greatly. Contact your Morgans adviser for more information:
Convertible Preference Shares/Capital Notes
Contact a Morgans adviser for more information on listed fixed interest securities. Morgans advisers can help you determine which securities may be suitable for your investment portfolio.
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