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Discover the reasons behind Australia’s growing appetite for Corporate Bonds and why it is now time for Australians to consider a more diversified approach to asset allocation to help reduce periods of extreme volatility for investors. To invest in Corporate Bonds with FIIG the minimum investment is $250,000.
How capital preservation & yields are driving investment in Corporate Bonds
86% of corporate bond investors have had a positive experience, and a net 37% intend to invest more in the next 12 months
A net 15% of non-investors intend to invest in the next 12 months. Therefore the share of high net worth individuals owning corporate bonds could grow from 16% to 29%
Low yields in cash investments is the #1 concern identified by investors. And 40% are concerned about government policy uncertainty
16% of high net worth individuals in Australia directly own corporate bonds
Corporate bonds are 11% of total portfolio assets for individuals with direct holdings
95% of corporate bond investors own AUD-denominated bonds, while 72% own USD-denominated bonds
More than $1 trillion of corporate bonds are outstanding in Australia: the corporate bond market is around 70% the size of the listed share market (ASX)
Only 47% of the Australian corporate bond market is owned by Australian investors
Average gross annual return of Australian bonds was 6.1% between 2006-16, compared to 4.3% for Australian shares
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