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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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This provision restricts acquirers from dissolving bond issuers unless all of the bond obligations are specifically assumed by the acquiring entity.
These Principles created on first-to-market issuances by multilaterals and offer a platform for other future Green Bond issuers to direct funding to Green Projects.
The bank topped Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc's poll of leading managers of bond sales for companies, governments and agencies, which covered 147 bond issuers.
Ballan has broad experience developing innovative legal structures for numerous state and local bond issuers and investment bankers.
These Principles build on first-to-market issuances by multilaterals and provide a platform for other future Green Bond issuers to direct funding to Green Projects.
I'm very pleased to join Fulbright's eminent public finance practice and look forward to applying the policy experience I've gained in recent years to assist tax-exempt bond issuers in navigating the complex tax laws governing them.
The 64-35 vote is expected to resolve issues arising from situations in which bond issuers choose ratings agencies and pay for ratings.
Nixon Peabody's clients include state and local governments, underwriters, private placement agents, bond issuers, banks, and corporate and not-for-profit obligors.
Corporate bond issuers had absorbed more than INR65bn over the past two weeks.
Ballan has broad experience developing innovative legal structures for numerous state and local bond issuers and investment bankers, including the Liberty Bond issuance structure adopted by the State of New York.
They are going to support both the primary and secondary market, which means they want to help those covered bond issuers that have not been able to come to the primary market yet but have high-quality covered bond programmes.
Established in 1891, the publication reaches more than 40,000 municipal finance professionals, bond issuers, government officials and investors.