Bond Trustee

Bond Trustee

An organization, almost always a financial institution, hired by a bond issuer to ensure the terms of the indenture and all applicable laws are being followed. The trustee has a fiduciary responsibility to act on behalf of the issuer, rather than in its own interests.
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and The Netherlands, Trimont provides real estate financial services, including asset management, asset servicing, CMBS bond trustee services, construction loan administration and services, and underwriting.
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Blom has informed the bond trustee that it has received binding commitments from two-thirds of the bondholders who will support the proposal for temporary waivers.
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The Principality Building Society will act as bond trustee.
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