ServicesDebt Securities


Debt securities are investment products that represent a loan given by an investor to an issuer, usually a corporation or a government entity. In return, the issuer promises to repay the principal amount along with periodic interest payments until the maturity date of the security.

Jhaveri Securities ltd is a distributor of various kind of Debt securities. Lets have a look how Debt securities can help investors & traders.

Advantages to Traders

Trading in debt securities has several advantages for traders, such as:

  • Liquidity : High liquidity due to a large number of market participants. Including banks, Insurance Companies, corporates, HNIs and retail investors.
  • Risk : Lower risk compared to equity securities, as debt securities are generally less volatile.
  • Diversification : Traders can trade debt securities with interest rate movements and diversify their trading strategies.
Advantages to Investors

Investing in debt securities has several advantages for investors, such as:

  • Regular Income : Debt Securities offer fixed income payments at regular intervals thus helping investors generate regular income.
  • Risk : Lower risk compared to equity securities, as debt securities have a fixed maturity date and repayment schedule.
  • Diversification : Debt securities offer a good opportunity to diversify portfolio. Investors in the higher age bracket generally prefer debt securities in the portfolio along with Equities.
Types of Debt Securities

Some of the common types of debt securities include:

  • Government Bonds : Securities issued by government entities to finance their activities.
  • Corporate Bonds : Securities issued by corporations to raise capital for various purposes, such as expansion or debt refinancing.
  • Municipal Bonds : Securities issued by local government entities to finance infrastructure projects.


Yes, debt securities can be traded on stock exchanges or over-the-counter markets.
Debt securities represent a loan to an issuer with a fixed maturity date and interest payments, while equity securities represent ownership in a company.
Debt securities are generally considered safer than equity securities due to their fixed repayment schedule and lower volatility. Though Safety of the instrument is more dependant on issuer credit rating.
In case of default, the investors may lose a portion or all of their investment, depending on the terms of the security and the issuer's financial condition.
The interest payments on debt securities are typically calculated as a percentage of the principal amount, also known as the coupon rate, and paid periodically until the maturity date.

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