Bondholder

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Bondholder

A firm often has stockholders and bondholders. In a liquidation, the bondholders have first priority.

Bondholder

A person or company that owns a municipal or corporate bond. The bond represents a debt that the bond issuer owes to the bondholder. Thus, a bondholder usually has the right to receive principal and interest on this debt, though some derivatives separate the two. In the event of the bankruptcy of the issuer, bondholders have priority over shareholders in the liquidation of assets.

bondholder

An individual or institution that owns bonds in a corporation or other organization.
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Additionally, NBC witnessed a noticeable increase in the number of individual bond-holders saving through bond certificates across different categories in 2013, with the total number of female bond-holders increasing by 18 per cent and the total number of male bond-holders rising by 21 per cent.
The initiative saw NBC giving away 515,223 prizes totaling Dh49 million from the company's own funds (the Mudareb) as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual dividends to bond-holders.
Bond-holders routinely reinvested their money and some bond-holders carried on doing this for 20 years or more.
*Under the Oaktree/Angelo plan, bond-holders would get about 34 cents on the dollar of their $2,500 million in claims (or about $761 million); under the Aurelius plan they would get $1,200 million, or about 48 cents on the dollar.
The court heard that in 2005 that the companies appeared in serious financial difficulty and by 2007 bond-holders had PS3.5m and PS1.8m invested in Gentry and Dublin respectively.
The Journal reported on Thursday that the bond-holders believe that senior lenders -- including J.P.
The top ten list of male winners as a proportion of those bond-holders with the same first name is: Matthew, Neil, Bryan, Mark, Daniel, Steven, Alexander, Nigel, Jonathan and Laurence.
It works like this: United's bond-holders, who have already forked out pounds 500 a head for the right to buy season tickets for 10 years - and receive free Cup tickets for three seasons - are now being asked to find ANOTHER pounds 300 to secure "preferential seat allocation in any new stadium to be built."
Reports indicate that while "several" of the bond-holders are open to the restructuring deal, the fact that the company has extended the offer three times indicates that perhaps not a sufficient number have been inclined to participate.
Leeds' other hope is that they are given some vital breathing space by the American bond-holders to whom the club owe pounds 60m and that they will release pounds 4.1m which they originally paid as security for the loan.
MORE prizewinners and bond-holders live in the South than the North.