What is the difference between bonds and debentures?
A debenture is a debt security issued by a corporation that is not secured by specific assets, but rather by the general credit of the corporation. Stated assets secure a corporate bond, unlike a debenture, but in India these are used interchangeably.
Fixed Income, Bonds, Debentures
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