scorecardresearchInvesting in corporate fixed deposits: The good, bad and ugly

Investing in corporate fixed deposits: The good, bad and ugly

Updated: 22 Sep 2022, 09:05 AM IST
TL;DR.
In a traditional world, an investor's first choice with respect to investing in a fixed income product is fixed deposits offered by banks. This is a fairly simple product that has been there for decades. However, with increasing financial literacy, more investors are looking for fixed income products that offer a higher return than a regular fixed deposit.
An alternative fixed income asset is a non-market linked asset that generates either regular cash flows or a lump sum benefit at maturity.

An alternative fixed income asset is a non-market linked asset that generates either regular cash flows or a lump sum benefit at maturity.