Westpac Debt Capital Markets specialise in originating and structuring a diverse range of long and short term securities.

Debt & hybrid

Government & corporate bonds
  • Higher yield than traditional cash style investments
  • Wide range of terms, most common 3-7 year maturities
  • Typical minimum investment of A$5,000 (dependent upon the issue)
  • Fixed or floating rate coupons to suit investor cash flow needs
  • Can satisfy a range of risk profiles and diversification needs
  • Secondary market liquidity available
Hybrid securities
  • Vehicles with characteristics of both interest bearing securities & equity
  • A range of hybrid securities including subordinated bonds, hybrid equity capital and convertible preference shares
  • Regular fixed or floating interest coupons
  • Terms range from perpetual instruments to dated securities (dependent on security type
  • Ability to convert into cash or underlying shares (hybrid equity and convertible notes)
  • Franking credit value available for hybrid securities (dependent on issuer)

Tailored deposits

Range Accrual Deposits
  • Higher yield than traditional term deposits
  • Minimum deposit size of A$500,000
Coupon Select Deposits
  • Enables investors to enjoy a fixed rate for one period and a floating rate plus margin for another period of the deposit
  • Minimum deposit size A$100,000
  • Terms from 1 year to 10 years
Inflation Linked Deposits
  • Enables investors to receive interest payments that vary with inflation
  • May help to protect the purchasing power of future interest payments received from your Inflation Linked Deposit income streams
  • Minimum deposit size of A$100,000
  • Terms from 1 year to 20 years

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