Market linked debentures are the structured products offering attractive payoffs for the term ranging from 15 to 48 months. Although these are debt instruments, the rate of return on MLDs is linked to the underlying stock or index hence it is not fixed.

Example of Market Linked Debentures

Let’s say you buy a five year Nifty Linked Debenture (NLD) offering 150% payoff, which means you will take 150% of whatever the CNX Nifty earns at the time of maturity. So, if Nifty gives 20% returns at the time of maturity, you earn 30% returns. As 150% of 20% = 30%.

Why invest in MLD?

Mechanical Payoffs
Diversification in portfolio
Zero capital risk

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