Bond Investor

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Bond Investor

A person or company who invests significantly in municipal or corporate bonds. The bonds represent debt that the bond issuer owes to the bond investors. Thus, a bond investor usually has the right to receive principal and interest on this debt, though some derivatives separate the two. Investors buy bonds because they usually have less risk than other securities, and, in the event of the bankruptcy of the issuer, bonds have priority over stock in the liquidation of assets.
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This appeals to bond investors, as is evident from bond issuances of Rs 5,000 crore for operational ISTS projects over the past couple of years.
It turns out that bond investors do occasionally put down their collective foot and refuse to be cash registers for big companies.
In today's market, issuance sizes of roughly $350 million or more are generally needed to attract public bond investors," Fitch's U.
We allege that the RIEDC and Wells Fargo knew that 38 Studios needed an additional $25 million to fund the project yet failed to pass that material information along to bond investors, who were denied a complete financial picture," Ceresney added.
6 billion in multifamily loans that Fannie Mae closed and sold to bond investors from January through May a year ago.
A New York state judge has approved a settlement arrived at between Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and mortgage bond investors.
16/2009 increasing the PPh on mutual fund investors and portfolio bond investors from 5% in 2011-2013 to 15% in 2014.
The funerals-to-supermarkets group had initially hoped to retain control of the ethical lender by giving bond investors a minority stake in return for a PS500m loss on their debt.
The company said that the placement confirms the confidence of bond investors in Unibail-Rodamco's credit profile.
Romania, the second-poorest member of the European Union, is lavishing bond investors with the best returns in emerging markets on prospects for interest-rate cuts and a loan from the International Monetary Fund reports Business Week.
But a powerful group of bond investors has ratcheted up the pressure on the bank, instead proposing an alternative plan of converting more debt into shares.