This women’s day, we decided to urge women to be more money-minded, by sharing the lessons that we’ve personally learnt from managing our own money for the last 15-20 years. If you missed our Twitter Spaces on why women should be money-minded, here are the key takeaways.
Private bond placements take place when a company wants to raise debt from the market, but doesn’t offer this to the investing public at large. Instead, the investment bankers offer such bonds to a private group of investors.
PhillipCapital (India) will enable the execution of investing in private placement bonds we recommend. You will, therefore, be investing in these bonds using the PhillipCapital platform. You will hold the bonds yourself in your demat account.
Muthoot Fincorp, a non-deposit taking NBFC, registered with RBI, has come up with a public offering of secured non-convertible debentures (NCDs). The issue opens on January 5 and closes on January 28, 2022. Should you invest?
Home loans are one of the safer lending avenues for NBFCs, given that they are backed by collateral that usually appreciates in price. But does that make bond offers from two housing finance NBFCs – Piramal Capital and Housing Finance and IIFL Housing – less risky to bet on? Here’s our analysis.
With bank deposit rates plumbing the depths, fixed income investors are hard-pressed to find investment options that can deliver better returns without big risks. Power Finance Corporation’s (PFC) retail offer of secured non-convertible debentures (NCDs) appears well-timed to capitalise on this need. But should you bite the bait? If yes, which of the 7 bond options is worth a look? An analysis.