- What are Investment Notes?
- The Differences Between Investment Notes, Bonds, Sukuk
Recently, there has been a growing interest in a financial instrument called Investment Note. In this article, we will delve into what Investment Notes are and how they differ from bonds and sukuk.
What are Investment Notes?
Investment Notes refer to any agreement indicating a monetary loan that is executed or offered through an electronic platform. Investors who invest in these products typically expect a financial return from the investment.
In Malaysia, you’ll often come across conventional or Islamic Investment Notes. Both products are similarly, with the latter adhering to Shariah principles and the concept being endorsed by a Shariah Adviser.
The Differences Between Investment Notes, Bonds, Sukuk
Investment Notes and bonds/sukuk are popular investment mechanisms, but they differ significantly. Here are some key distinctions between the two: –
As the interest in Investment Notes increases, it is important for investors to understand and invest in Investment Notes informedly.
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Source: Bursa Academy
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