Within the bond's tenor, investors are entitled to interest income under the issuance regulation. The frequency of interest payout varies with individual bonds, which is usually payable monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually.
Super Yield Investments are an investment instrument combining “time deposits in foreign currency” and “foreign exchange options”. In other words, while undertaking a foreign currency time deposit, you are also selling a foreign exchange option. Further to the interest income from the foreign currency time deposit, this instrument allows investors to earn premiums from options.
“Structured Deposits” are an investment instrument linking time deposits and options. Simply to say, the interest accrued from the time deposit is used to invest in options. The profit from exercising the option will be the return of the product at maturity.
ETF literally means Exchange Traded Funds. This is a kind of fund in name, but is an investment instrument tracking the performance of specific indexes in the exchanges. This instrument is listed on the Stock Exchange for trading.