Bond Issuer

Bond Issuer

An organization that registers, distributes and sells a bond on the primary market. A bond issuer can be a private company or a government. For example, if a company registers a stock with the SEC, makes arrangements to underwrite it, and keeps the proceeds from its sale, it is said to be the issuer of that stock.
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The bond issuer in turn claims that one of the conditions for the payment was not met.
ABA Bank, a National Bank of Canada Group member, will become the third bond issuer in the Kingdom's capital market after it obtains approval from the National Bank of Cambodia.
M2 PRESSWIRE-June 19, 2019-: ENGIE issues EUR 1.5 billion of green bonds, now largest corporate green bond issuer
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A statement issued by the two entities said that Emirates NBD is the largest conventional bond issuer on the exchange with eight issuances valued at $5.28 billion
From 2012 through year-end 2018, Fannie Mae issued$51.7 billionin Green mortgage backed securities and$6.1 billionin Green structured securities, making it the largest green bond issuer in the world in 2017 and 2018.
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The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has halted trading by mini bond issuer, London Capital & Finance.
the biggest corporate green bond issuer is Apple, which issued $1.5 billion worth of green bonds.
* Conversion of the debt into common shares is never effected at the option of the bondholder or bond issuer; rather, either of two events can cause the conversion of BCN debt into Credit-Suisse common shares: 1) if Credit-Suisse's Tier 1 capital ratio falls below 7% as reported in the quarterly financial statements, or 2) if the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) considers Credit-Suisse at risk of insolvency and in need of an equity boost.
Such restructurings occur through an exchange offer, in which a bond issuer encourages its bondholders to swap the bonds nearing default for new bonds that the issuer can honor.