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An investment vehicle made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in stocks, bonds or other assets. Each investor in the fund owns units, which represent a part of these holdings. Mutual funds are operated by professional fund managers, who invest the fund’s capital and attempt to produce capital gains and income for the fund’s investors.
Bond is a debt security issued by a government/corporation or any other entity to raise funds from lenders. Bonds are capable of providing a steady flow of investment income, and potentially lower your overall portfolio risks. The purchaser of a bond is typically entitled to receive interest payments at scheduled intervals (coupon payouts); and capital repayment of the principal amount on maturity, unless the lender defaults.
A sukuk is an Islamic bond, structured in such a way as to generate returns to investors while adhering to the Islamic/ Sharia law (that prohibits interest). Sukuk represents undivided shares in the ownership of tangible assets relating to particular projects or special investment activity. The issuer of a sukuk sells the certificate to an investor group, who then rents it back to the issuer for a predetermined rental fee. The issuer also makes a contractual promise to buy back the bonds at a future date at par value.
Structured products are designed to attain highly customized risk-return objectives not achievable with investments in traditional asset classes. The return on capital invested may be linked to the performance of an index, a "basket" of selected stocks or other underlying traditional assets. Structured products may involve loss of principal or include an element of principal protection, subject to the credit of the issuer of the product
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