With HSBC bonds, you will:
- Enjoy a regular income streamBonds may be suitable for you should you prefer to receive stable income on your capital throughout the tenor of the bond.
- Diversify your investment riskDiversification is important because different asset classes respond differently to different market conditions. The inclusion of bonds may lower the overall risk of a portfolio, as they tend to have a lower volatility to certain asset classes, such as equities.
- Reap potential long-term gainBonds offer the potential to make capital gain by selling them if they appreciate in market value.
What are bonds?
Bonds refer to debt securities issued by governments, government-related entities or corporations. The issuer of the bonds generally pays you income at a specified rate on specific dates during the term of the bonds and, subject to risks set out in the relevant Bond Prospectus, promises to repay the face value of the bonds on maturity.
Why invest in bonds?
Fixed income products such as bonds are important if you are aiming for a balanced portfolio of investments. Due to their relatively lower volatility compared to equities, bonds can add stability and diversify your investment portfolio. They may also provide a regular stream of fixed income returns and potentially grow your capital in the long term.
If you would like to invest in bonds, please contact your Premier Wealth Relationship Manager, visit your nearest HSBC branch or contact us using the form below today.
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