partial redemption

Partial Redemption

1. A situation in which an issuer calls part of a bond issue but not the whole thing. That is, if a company issues a callable bond and decides later to redeem a portion before maturity, this is called a partial redemption.

2. In investment companies, the decision of a shareholder to redeem some but not all of his/her shares.

partial redemption

Redemption by an issuer of less than an entire issue of its securities. For example, a corporation may redeem a portion of an outstanding bond issue.
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There was partial redemption for Woakes and Stokes, who returned to win lbws against Tim Paine and Labuschagne respectively before Archer mopped up the tail.
After giving effect to the partial redemption, 1,802,000 shares of the Series K Preferred Stock will remain outstanding.
We also incurred realized losses associated with the write-off of unamortized issuance costs related to the Series A Term Preferred Stock partial redemption and certain other portfolio items."
Following the partial redemption, 1,802,000 shares of the series K preferred stock will remain outstanding.
After Wednesday's tumultuous happenings, this was also personal redemption amid his team's partial redemption. The bedlam of the Champions League classic was a distraction from Ederson's ropey individual contribution.
According to the company, it expects that the loan amount will be used as a partial redemption of Icelandair Group's issued bonds.
The second option provides for the sale of the defaulted obligations at the available bid price, partial redemption of the notes at a discount and resetting of the interest on the outstanding notes.
The board intends to distribute GBP 221.9m (equivalent to approximately 107 pence per share) to the 2009 Shareholders by way of a compulsory partial redemption as soon as practicable.
A partial redemption would be persuading Senor Benitez to stop, a total redemption would be for you and your employer not to stop of course but that would take humility and dignity.
Eddie Jones' England had been crowned champions with a round to spare as they claimed partial redemption for last autumn's dismal World Cup showing.
Eddie Jones' England had been crowned champions with a round to spare and are worthy winners of an otherwise sub-standard tournament as they claimed partial redemption for last autumn's dismal World Cup showing.