When an investor chooses against holding the bond till maturity, they sell it to another investor in the market who might be interested in it. To buy a bond in a secondary market you need a bank account for transactions, and a DEMAT account to get the bonds deposited.
PSU Bonds are medium and long term obligations issued by public sector companies in which the government shareholding is generally greater than 51%.
Corporate bonds are debt securities issued with an aim to raise money from investors. They offer higher yields than G-SECS.
The income generated by the interest is usually non-taxable when you purchase tax free bonds.
When the Government wants to borrow money to fund their projects, they involve the public to raise money.
Zero coupon bonds are sold at discounted rates but don't pay interests
These are the bonds that can be converted into equity on pre-agreed conditions.
These bonds are issued by the Central government, the safest way to buy digital gold.
These bonds are issued by entities for investors to earn unremitting interest.
These bonds are earmarked to raise money for climate and environmental projects
Issued by a local government or one of their agencies to finance public projects like parks, roads etc.
SDL are issued by state government in order to meet budget expenses. They are low risk investments.
Market Linked Debentures are sophisticated debt instruments where the pay-off is linked underlying security .
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