Fixed Income Private Securities are good options for investors who would like to diversify their existing portfolios. Those who wish to take part in the booming Philippine bond market by lending to familiar companies from various sectors can select from a wide range of private securities, also known as corporate bonds.
Corporate bonds generally carry higher yields than government securities since they are riskier investments and are not as actively traded in the secondary market. Fixed rate corporate bonds allow investors to enjoy a programmed cash flow, while floating rate corporate bonds offer investors coupons with a premium over market rates. These are usually listed on the Fixed Income Exchange and can be sold upon the availability of a buyer at the prevailing market price.
Consistently ranked in the top 5 Corporate Issue Managers/Arrangers and awarded Best Bond House by Alpha Southeast Asia in 2014 and 2018 and by FinanceAsia in 2017, BPI Capital has been the investment bank of choice for the top names in the corporate world for structuring, executing, and underwriting the most demanding and complex of transactions. It has a strong distribution capability and is at the forefront of most of the publicly sold issuances.
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