Discounted basis

Discounted basis

To sell a debt instrument below maturity value, so that the difference makes up all or part of the interest.

Discounted Basis

The sale of an investment vehicle, especially a bond, at a price below its value at maturity. This sale price must be the difference between the maturity value and the remaining interest or carrying cost on the investment vehicle.
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35m) and an expected deferred payment on a discounted basis of around DKK 45m, dependent on how the acquired business develops over the contract period.
The Sukuk Murabahah and Junior Bonds will now be issued on a discounted basis with proceeds of MYR 1,276.
At UPI, we offer all three, and on a discounted basis, to members who use all three lines of services.
In other cases, the new owner may see value-add opportunities to purchase a well-located, distressed asset at a discounted basis and redevelop it or lease at very aggressive rental rates.
Kitces says Fidelity could move to make the PFM tool available to advisors on its platform at a discount, "similar to how TD Ameritrade acquired iRebal and made it available on a discounted basis, and now free for the online version, for advisors who custody there.
Cumbria County Council wishes to procure a contract to supply a sufficient number of households in Allerdale, Barrow and Eden districts with easy-to-use home food waste digesters, on a discounted basis, and which will allow for the diversion of 1 300 tonnes per year of food waste from collection and treatment (ie, 1 % of the current amount of residual waste).
It appears the days of guaranteed issue group LTC plans are numbered and anticipated to be replaced by individual products offered on a discounted basis with a simplified underwriting process.
Similarly, price quotes and trade executions for T-bills on QE are on a discounted basis, meaning that the price is always less than or equal to 10,000.
Phillip Schwartz, vice president-accounting and financial reporting for the American Insurance Association, told the Working Group on Loss Reserve Discounting meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners that "insurers should not be permitted to value any loss reserves on a discounted basis other than those reserves where discounting already may be permitted by statute or regulation.
The collateral presented a sound investment opportunity at our discounted basis and further expands our presence in the New York Metropolitan area hotel sector," said Ryan Colbert, an acquisition officer at the Lightstone Group.
Ryan Colbert, the company acquisition officer, said, 'The acquisition of this loan presented a strong opportunity to invest in a high-quality Class A hotel property on a discounted basis.
In some states, client-bill arrangements under which the lab bills physicians for tests on a discounted basis may not be possible.