Bonds, CDs, and other fixed-income investments

Fixed-income investments pay interest in fixed amounts, at specified times.

Because they pay a fixed amount on a predetermined timetable, fixed-income investments can be found in practically any diverse portfolio mix. Together with certificates of deposit, we provide a variety of fixed-income investment instruments, such as municipal bonds, corporate bonds, treasury bonds, and agency bonds.

Governmental bonds

These bonds are a choice for income-oriented investors aiming to lower their federal and, maybe, state income tax obligations because they provide tax-exempt income and good credit quality.

Business bonds

We offer the prices you want with well-known brand names. You will often receive regular payments twice a year if you purchase a corporate bond, which typically has a fixed interest rate. Utilize these payments as a source of income or to protect your investment assets.

Deposit certificates

When you desire a consistent, predictable income with principle protection, certificates of deposit (CDs) can be a wise alternative. They can also be utilised to create a bond-like "ladder" technique. On a variety of CDs with various maturity dates and interest payment choices, we provide competitive interest rates.

US Treasury bonds

Did you know that by purchasing a US Treasury bond, you are essentially lending money to the US government? Learn about the three primary categories of U.S. government treasuries: bonds, notes, and bills.

Company bonds

Although not all of these bonds are backed by the United States government, buying an agency bond is equivalent to lending money to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, or the Tennessee Valley Authority. They frequently provide a fair amount of liquidity, some tax benefits, and the chance to earn a greater yield than U.S. Treasury bonds do.

Co-invest with family offices, institutions and high-net worth individuals.

In these markets, experience, investment insight and access are key. We have a broad team of over 400* dedicated professionals located around the world sourcing and evaluating private markets opportunities. As a leading investor, we have strong relationships with other leading private markets managers, asset owners, developers, and government bodies – often enabling us to hear about opportunities at an early stage. In each market, our teams undertake first-hand fundamental research to seek out high-quality investment opportunities and following investment, focus on active management and engagement to realise returns for investors.

One way to prevent your investments from becoming too specialised is through diversification. You can lower your risk by investing in a variety of different industries. Understanding how to strike a balance between your degree of comfort with risk and your time horizon is one of the keys to successful investment.

Only if you hold your investments through both good and poor markets can quality and diversity work. Of all, if the market falls, even high-quality equities could decline, making you rethink your approach. But refrain. Keep in mind your investing goals, and consult your financial advisor. Don't lose sight of the importance of time. At times of short-term market turbulence, keep your eyes on the long term and practise discipline.

In addition to holding onto the stocks themselves, there are two other ways to use time to your advantage:

Systematically invest
When you have money available, try to invest frequently. Don't hold off investing in the stock market until the "ideal" time. The greatest technique we are aware of to "buy low" is with this strategy, which enables you to buy more shares when prices are lower and less shares when prices are higher.
Invest dividends again
Reinvest your dividends into the same or another investment if you don't need the income (whatever is appropriate). Over time, this can assist in increasing the number of shares you hold in mutual funds or equities.