Difference Between Convertible And Non-convertible Debenture?

What  is the difference between the convertible and non-convertible debenture?

Active Member Asked on August 8, 2016 in Finance.
Add Comment
  • Advertisement

  • RELATED QUESTIONS

  • 1 Answer(s)

      Convertible debentures can be converted into company stocks whenever the holder pleases, they tend to have lesser rate of return compared to nonconvertible ones. On the other hand, nonconvertible debentures cannot be converted into company equity or stocks. This makes them riskier than bonds or convertible debentures. This is why, as compensation, the interest rates are higher than other debentures.

      It is usually suggested that investors should consider putting 5 to 10 percent of investment savings into convertible bonds while keeping the rest in traditional stocks and bonds.

      Return Member Answered on August 10, 2016.
      Add Comment
    • Advertisement

    • Your Answer

      By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.