Nonredeemable


Also found in: Dictionary.

Nonredeemable

Not permitted, under the terms of an indenture, to be redeemed.

Nonredeemable

Describing a bond or other security whose holder is not permitted to exchange it with the issuer in return for its face value. Nonredeemable securities may be either traded or held to maturity.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
He can tell you what people drink (Coke, Bud and Bud Light are big) and he can spot a nonredeemable a mile away.
Another type of investment company, the closed-end fund, does not redeem its shares but typically offers a fixed number of nonredeemable shares that are bought and sold on a stock exchange.
In Exhibit 5, I have also applied Equation (1) to calculate the price V(bond) of a conventional nonredeemable FNMA note implicit in the observed ISFD price and the calculated option values as of August 30, 1991.
Under this option, the issuer or holder of the nonredeemable preferred stock will not have a "right" to redeem such stock at any time in the future, but the preferred stock will have a clause allowing the stock to become voting stock if certain financial (or nonfinancial if desired) goals are not achieved.
Some bond indentures containing anti-takeover covenants have been written in such a way that the bonds are nonredeemable for a period of years.
Liberty said the preferred shares are voting, participating, nonredeemable and will have preference over common shares in case the company goes out of business.
Efforts to cut off this line of attack by making pills nonredeemable ("no hand" provisions), allowing only continuing directors to redeem the pill ("dead hand" provisions), or delaying redemption for a specified time after a change in board composition ("slow hand" provisions) were invalidated by a New York court in the 1980s and by the Delaware courts in the late 1990s, (60) although these pills have been legalized in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Georgia.
Nonvoting common stock or nonredeemable preferred stock if the investor is able to exercise significant influence and the stock does not meet the definition in FASB Statement no.
The amounts in the Income from Premium column are derived by using the yield to maturity interest rate based on the redemption price of $110, issue price of $100, and a nonredeemable period of five years.
Common stock, nonredeemable preferred stock, and bonds-if the insurance enterprise is a trader in bonds having no intention of holding them to maturity-are reported at market value and the associated unrealized gains and losses are reported as a component of equity.
Prior to September 17, 2012, Citi's results related to its 49% interest were reported in net income (loss) applicable to nonredeemable noncontrolling interests on page 10 of Morgan Stanley's Financial Supplement accompanying this release.
Series B nonredeemable convertible preferred stock, 600,000 shares authorized; 475,087 shares issued and outstanding as of December 31, 2010 and September 30, 2010, respectively