Conversion Period

Conversion Period

The time period during which an investor can exchange a convertible security for common stock.

Conversion Period

The period of time during which a convertible security may be exchanged for common stock. The length of the conversion period depends upon the particular security; sometimes it lasts until maturity and sometimes it expires. If a conversion period has an expiration date, the issuing company may extend it at its discretion. See also: Conversion ratio.

conversion period

The time during which a convertible security may be exchanged for other assets. Most conversion periods extend for the lives of the convertible securities (until maturity for bonds), although some periods are limited. A conversion period occasionally may be extended by the issuer.
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The contractually agreed conversion period must therefore be strictly adhered to.
Stora Enso Oyj (HEL:STERV) reported on Thursday that during the conversion period 1 January 2018 to 31 January 2018, there was one conversion under which a total of 400 A shares were converted into R shares.
Conversion period : Any time from immediately following the date of issue of the Notes and
He addresses the trajectory of the Irish divinities from the conversion period through to the end of the Middle Ages, and poses three interconnected questions: Who and what are the Irish gods?
This factor is expected to prolong the revenue conversion period for excipients manufacturers.
Keywords: Working Capital Management, Cash Conversion Cycle, Inventory Conversion Period, Receivable Collection Period, Payable Deferral Period, Return on Assets
notice that companies with high growth opportunities (measured by market-to-book ratio) decide to issue convertibles with a shorter conversion period to minimize the probability of conversion, which makes the bonds more debt-like security (Lewis et al.
24 per share, with a related conversion period of 23 June 2015 through 21 July 2015.
Doral Bank's former customers will be able to make their transactions as usual in their former branches and delivery channels and will enjoy free access to Popular's ample ATM network during the conversion period.
The long run survival can only be possible through efficient management of cash conversion cycle including receivable collection period, inventory conversion period and payable deferral period (Weinraub & Visscher, 1998).