Fixed income private securities, also known as corporate bonds, are issued by a corporation in order to raise funds for a number of reasons (such as, but not limited to supporting ongoing operations, business expansion, etc.).
As fixed income investments, corporate bonds have a fixed amount of INTEREST paid according to a fixed schedule. The PRINCIPAL is repaid to the investor at the end of a stated maturity date. Corporate bonds have a maturity longer than one year.
If you have other questions on private securities, you may call us at these numbers:
- (02) 845-5708
- (02) 845-5505
- (02) 465-2921
- (02) 790-8927
- (02) 816-9616
You may also email us at BPI_Fixed_Income_Sales@bpi.com.ph.
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