Self-Liquidating Bond

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Self-Liquidating Bond

A bond used to finance the purchase of assets intended to be sold within a short period of time. For example, a company may issue a self-liquidating bond to pay for its inventory, which it intends to quickly sell. It is called a self-liquidating bond because the proceeds from the sale of the assets provide the capital with which the issuer may repay the bond.
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For the nine (Euro million) For the three month sended months ended September 30, September 30, 2017 2016 2017 2016 515 566 Cash flow from operating 227 250 activities (247) (232) Cash flows used in investing (93) (75) activities (10) 268 334 Free Cash Flow 134 175 47 17 Change in the self-liquidating 13 3 financial receivables portfolio 315 351 Free Cash Flow from 147 178 Industrial Activities On November 2, 2017, at 4 p.m.
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In the not so distant past, the NY regulators strictly interpreted this provision to mean that if an insurer stopped issuing new policies, went into run-off or sought to commute its business, it was "self-liquidating" and no longer engaged in the business of insurance.
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