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Non-Convertible Debentures (NCDs) are a type of debt instrument that offer a fixed rate of return to investors. Unlike convertible debentures, NCDs cannot be converted into equity shares, making them a popular option for those who prefer fixed returns to stock market investments.
At Supra Pacific, we offer NCDs as a reliable growth and savings instrument for individuals and institutions. With attractive interest rates, our NCDs are an excellent way to grow your wealth and reach your financial goals. Our NCDs are issued in accordance with strict RBI and SEBI regulations, ensuring that your investment is safe and secure.
As a leading financial institution and one of the best NBFCs in India, investing in Supra Pacific's NCDs is a smart choice for those who are seeking a secure and profitable investment option.
A secured NCD is a type of non-convertible debenture that is backed by collateral or security. This means that in the event of the issuer defaulting on their debt obligations, the investors who hold these NCDs can claim the underlying collateral as compensation. The collateral can be in the form of assets such as property, machinery, or any other valuable assets. By providing security, secured NCDs typically offer a lower risk of default, making them a more attractive investment option for those who value security over higher returns.
NCDs, or Non-Convertible Debentures, are debt instruments that provide investors with a fixed rate of return on their investment.They are issued by companies looking to raise funds for business expansion, operations, or other financial needs. Unlike convertible debentures, NCDs cannot be converted into equity shares of the issuing company. NCDs are issued for a fixed tenure, usually ranging from 1 to 10 years, and pay periodic interest to the investor. The interest rate on NCDs is usually higher than that of traditional fixed deposits, making them an attractive option for investors looking for a steady source of income.
When considering investing in an NCD, it is important to thoroughly research and understand the investment. Before making a decision, you should check the following sources of information:
No, you can't withdraw an NCD before it matures.
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Since its inception in 1986, the company has continued to grow tremendously and steadily marking increased profitability each year.
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We have a high credit rating indicating a low risk of default and a good investment opportunity.
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