Earn over 6% pa* with Corporate Bonds

Superior returns with fixed income certainty

  • Investing in Corporate Bonds gives you access to better returns than cash.
  • Corporate bonds are the only investment instrument apart from deposits that give you income certainty.
  • Select a Bond portfolio from over 400 Corporate Bonds from well-known names such as Qantas and Commonwealth Bank through to smaller companies such as G8 Education and StockCo.
  • You can trade your bonds in $10,000 parcels if you need to access your capital.

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Bond Portfolios

6.16% p.a.

High Yield

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 12.98%. This portfolio has 20 securities with weightings between 1.8% and 18.7%, yielding 6.16% pa with a buy now yield of 5.61%. It is designed for investors seeking a higher return and who are comfortable with a corresponding increase in credit risk. The returns shown are based on a $1.5 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG.

4.81% p.a.

Balanced Portfolio

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 8.45%. This portfolio has 23 securities with weightings between 2.7% and 8.2%, yielding 4.81% pa with a buy now yield of 4.51% pa. It is designed for investors wanting a balanced allocation of investment grade and sub investment grade bonds. The returns shown are based on a $1 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG.

3.27% p.a.

Conservative Portfolio

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 8.11%. This portfolio has 13 securities with all weightings between 4.6% and 11.2%, yielding 3.27% pa with a buy now yield of 3.01% pa. It is designed for investors wanting a 100% allocation of investment grade bonds. The returns shown are based on a $1 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG. 

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Australian bonds have outperformed cash and Australian and Global shares in the 10 years to December 2017.

Gross returns for 10 years to December 2017- ASX 2018 Long-term Investing Report July 2018.

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Bonds available through FIIG

Choose from 116 bonds that pay over 6% returns

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$102.61
Sector
Energy & Resources
Maturity
Apr 2025

6.41%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$104.25
Sector
Other Corporate
Maturity
Aug 2022

6.13%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$101.55
Sector
Other Corporate
Maturity
May 2023

7.73%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$102.10
Sector
Industrial
Maturity
Aug 2026

6.44%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Floating Rate Note
Price
$104.18
Sector
Finance
Maturity
Jan 2049

7.31%
Yield to maturity
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Choose from 58 bonds that pay 5% returns

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$104.00
Sector
Consumer
Maturity
Jun 2022

5.87%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$106.29
Sector
Technology
Maturity
Apr 2038

5.93%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$102.80
Sector
Finance
Maturity
May 2022

5.38%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$99.53
Sector
Industrial
Maturity
Nov 2028

5.27%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$102.50
Sector
Finance
Maturity
Jan 2025

5.21%
Yield to maturity
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Choose from 473 bonds that pay upto 5% returns

Coupon type
Floating Rate Note
Price
$100.68
Sector
Finance
Maturity
Aug 2025

4.85%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$106.78
Sector
Utilities
Maturity
Feb 2043

3.93%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
$113.09
Sector
Finance
Maturity
Jun 2046

4.42%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Floating Rate Note
Price
$79.63
Sector
Finance
Maturity
Aug 2036

3.97%
Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Floating Rate Note
Price
$102.61
Sector
Consumer
Maturity
Jun 2045

2.78%
Yield to maturity
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^ Pricing as at 5 December. Subject to change. The yields and prices do not represent the prices that FIIG will transact with its clients. They simply represent FIIG's observation of the institutional market mid-point prices which are obtained from FIIG's trading with institutional counterparties, as well as numerous market data sources that FIIG has access to. A mid-point value sits between the typical bid (offer to buy) and ask (offer to sell) prices prevailing in the institutional market.

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