Bond Certificate


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Bond Certificate

A physical document that gives the person or company listed the right to collect on a debt. Bond certificates often contain a great deal of information, such as the holder's name and any right attached to the ownership, among other things. One may use bond certificates in court to prove a fact alleged. However, many issuers use electronic documents rather than physical bond certificates.
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The rest of the national bond expenses will go to meet a prospective DIC demand to have the bond certificate cashed to buy the bad loans of the two nationalized banks.
This bond may be formed in cash (by delivering cash or bank transfer made for NILSA check) or by first demand bank guarantee or insurance bond certificate.
and the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) today announced their intention to jointly market a newly developed high-performance document processing server for stock and bond certificates.
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Taking forward the refund process, Sebi has now issued a new public notice inviting bondholders of the two Sahara firms to submit their refund applications along with original bond certificates or passbooks, self- attested copies of identity and address proofs as also bank details for credit of refund amount directly into their accounts.
I remember when clients came into my office during my early days in business, bringing with them stock certificates for the shares they owned or bond certificates for the bonds they owned.
Additionally, NBC witnessed a noticeable increase in the number of individual bond-holders saving through bond certificates across different categories in 2013, with the total number of female bond-holders increasing by 18 per cent and the total number of male bond-holders rising by 21 per cent.
As I write, I gaze over my desk at the worthless bond certificates of French franc bonds floated by the Eelectricite de Constantinople in 1907, with the full faith and credit of Sultan Abdel Hamid II, later deposed by the Young Turks, who dismembered the Ottoman Empire.
Scripophily is the name given to the hobby of collecting old share and bond certificates.
In accordance with regulations, the Bond certificates were distributed to their holders and the surplus was distributed among all the subscribed banking entities, allowing for the first General Assembly for the bond holders to convene in Ramallah today.
The distribution lag could place additional pressure on the those trade creditors keen to get their hands on the bond certificates in order to resell them on
2 million, and return the bond certificates to Goldman Sachs as per our agreement.