As a leading distributor of new issue InterNotes®, Incapital has been lead agent for more than 50 corporate issuers. Since establishing our InterNotes program in 2001 we have consistently developed new partnerships, strengthened existing relationships and demonstrated a commitment to providing new issues to meet a range of investment objectives.
Simplify the Purchase Decision with New Issues
Incapital’s InterNotes program provides financial professionals and investors the opportunity to buy corporate bonds on a new issue basis at par. InterNotes may be offered as Fixed or Floating Rate, Bullet or callable and a variety of income-producing structures. Investors should refer to the offering documents for applicable risk considerations, including counterparty and prepayment risks before investing.
As a leading distributor of InterNotes, we partner with numerous issuers to provide ongoing par-priced products on a weekly basis. We have partnered with more than 50 corporate issuers including Dow Chemical, Ford Motor Credit, GE Capital, and Goldman Sachs. New issue corporate bonds, which are predominantly investment-grade, are available through Incapital’s extensive network of broker-dealers and advisory firms. Incapital also offers secondary InterNotes to a range of institutional and broker-dealer accounts.
Flexible Income Opportunities
Weekly offerings provide flexibility for different investment objectives and the ability to create maturity ladders within portfolios. New issues can provide a predictable income stream as well as additional interest payments from fixed or floating coupons. Investors should refer to the offering documents for applicable risk considerations, including counterparty and prepayment risks, before investing.
Incapital and many other dealers may participate in the secondary market of previously issued InterNotes. While InterNotes are primarily held as a 'buy and hold' vehicle, liquidity is typically available through many broker-dealers (although dealers are not obligated to make markets in a specific issue).
Investors should refer to the offering documents for applicable risk considerations, including but not limited to, secondary market, counterparty and prepayment risks, before investing. There is no guarantee of an active secondary market and investment products sold prior to maturity may be worth more or less than the original investment.