Bond Issue


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Bond Issue

A set of bonds that a company or government offers for sale. That is, when one sells bonds to the public (or offers them for private placement) the collection of those bonds is said to be an issue. If the company or government is selling a set for the first time, it is said to be making a new issue. Typically, bond issues may be bought and sold on the open market, although there are many non-tradable bonds.
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Citibank, JP Morgan Chase and Deutche Bank were the Lead Managers and The Trade Bank of Iraq was the Co-Manager for the bond issue.
Arctic Securities AS acted as sole arranger in connection with the placement of the new bond issue.
Greece launched a five-year bond issue on Thursday, marking its return to bond markets after four years of exclusion.
The bond issue was successfully marketed in the US, Europe and Asia.
GIB's Riyadh branch appointed GIB Financial Services (GIBFS) as the mandated lead arranger of the bond issue.
The plan for the bond issue also specifies that 30 percent be issued to a California-based firm, and the remaining 40 percent be divided among other firms.
The bond issue, SEK's first global US dollar issue, has a maturity date of 26 January 2007.
Citigroup was one of the three main under-writers on the GM bond issue, along with Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch.
While issuers have recourse to Appeals if the TEB Group concludes that a bond is taxable, Appeals itself is still relatively inexperienced in this area, and there are only four Appeals Officers in the United States who handles bond issues.
The payments on the bond issue will be amortized over a thirty-year period, at a variable interest rate (which is currently 1.
In our county, a bond issue starts with the board of education.
Note: The bond issue date is not important when dealing with tax-exempt bonds.