Features & Benefits

Regular Interest Payouts

Primary Bond [ Initial Public Offering (IPO) ]

A corporate bond is a type of debt security issued by a company. It has a tenure of at least one year. Companies issue debentures to raise funds from investors and the public in order to support their business operations. To support the issuer's needs, capital requirements and principal payment capabilities, these debentures can have varying conditions and details of issuance. These various conditions can also suit the investment appetites of different investors.


  • Investors should study the product features, conditions on returns generation, and associated risks before making an investment.

  • Investing in structured debentures is different from investing in debentures in general. Investing in structured debentures is complicated and carries a high risk. Although investors may have investment experience in other types of products, they should study the risk profile and conditions specific to structured debentures, and consult with investment advisors before each investment.

  • Investing in securities is not saving money. It is not protected by the Deposit Protection Agency, and investors bear the risk of not getting repaid the full principal amount.

  • Investors should make an investment only when they are assured that the investment serves their investment objectives, and that the associated risks are acceptable to them.

  • For more information, visit any CIMB THAI branch or call 02-626-7777.