BondIncome Cash Management Account
BondIncome introduces the Cash Management Account (CMA) which is designed as a At Call ‘Cash Hub’ to enhance clients’ overall investment experience with their Cash and Bonds investments.
The provider of the BondIncome CMA is Australian and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ABN 11 005 357 222) and operated by Cashwerkz FI Ltd (ABN 86 111 273 048), trading as BondIncome.
Corporate bonds for wholesale investors.
ASX Listed Debt Security and Hybrid Execution Available
Better Risk Adjusted
Portfolio Optimisation Capability
All Bonds Holdings are Kept in Safe Custody
Market Leading Research by BondAdviser
An Expert Team of Fixed Income Professionals
Bonds Accessible in Parcels of $50,000 min.
Multiple Currencies and Foreign Exchange Facility
BondIncome was set up by the Cashwerkz group to provide greater access to corporate bonds for wholesale investors (certified by their Accountants) and eligible Australians including Financial Advisers (with wholesale clients) and Investment Policymakers.
Combining first class fixed income and bond broking expertise, state-of-the-art trading technology and external leading market research from BondAdviser, BondIncome provides greater access and transparency to the corporate bond market for eligible investors.
· Access to global fixed income markets including foreign exchange capability.
· Over the counter and ASX listed debt security execution.
· Access to new issues from a broad suite of issuers (Investment grade, sub-investment grade and non-rated issues).
· In-house bond market commentary provided by BondIncome’s team of specialists.
Our investors are comprised of sophisticated and wholesale investors, Financial Advisers with wholesale clients, and the investment policymakers of councils, not-for-profits and corporates.
FAQs and further information
BondIncome provides greater access to corporate bonds, for wholesale investors (certified by their Accountants) and eligible Australians including Financial Advisers and Investment Policymakers.
Through the use of leading external bond market research provided by BondAdviser, and in-house market commentary conducted by BondIncome’s team of market specialists, we aim to provide transparency to investors.
It’s our goal to upskill and inform investors on current fixed income market indices and trends, aiding investors to make better decisions and earn better risk adjusted returns.
For new investors:
- No fees when transferring from one custodian to another when opening a BondIncome account and switching from another provider.
- Receive a complimentary subscription to weekly and monthly leading market research by BondAdviser.
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Invest in bonds today for a better tomorrow.
Investing in bonds is a great way for investors to find stable and fixed income solutions. BondIncome offers over the counter (OTC) and ASX listed debt security execution to wholesale investors and eligible Australian investors.
To invest in corporate bonds, investors open a free BondIncome account. Once your investment account is set up, your BondIncome Relationship Manager will require a written instruction from a registered email address authorised to transact bonds on the nominated account.
Bonds are tradable securities with the majority of of transactions occurring in an over the counter (OTC) market. An investor wishing to buy or sell a bond will need to engage a broker to act on their behalf. A broker, such as BondIncome specialist, will need to physically match a buyer with a seller for a trade to occur. Much the same way as a real estate agent might facilitate the purchase and sale of a house.
BondIncome offer an array of issues from a broad suite of issuers (investment grade, sub-investment grade and non-rated issues). For specific information on buying and selling corporate bonds, talk to a fixed income specialist today.
Most over the counter (OTC) wholesale securities can only be traded by wholesale investors because they are designed to cater to more experienced investors. As such, they have fewer compliance obligations and less regulatory requirements under ASIC (The Australian Securities & Investments Comission). The rationale behind that is that people who are considered wholesale investors are more likely to be able to evaluate interests in an investment without needing the protection of a regulated disclosure statement like a Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).
Open your free BondIncome account today and get ready for new issues.
Now more than ever, bonds count
In-house bond market commentary conducted by our team of fixed income specialists.
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