staggered maturities

staggered maturities

In an investor's portfolio, bonds with differing maturity dates. For example, an investor may accumulate a $250,000 portfolio of bonds such that $10,000 face value of bonds matures each year for 25 years.
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The company's team, led by managing directors Will Baker and Brendan Coleman, structured a Fannie Mae Credit Facility with a mix of fixed and floating rate loans with staggered maturities.
Walker & Dunlop's team, led by Managing DirectorsWill BakerandBrendan Coleman, structured a Fannie Mae credit facility with a mix offixed and floating rate loans with staggered maturities.
The trust's assets consisted of zero coupon Treasuries with staggered maturities and agreements from the conduit entities to provide a specified number of Public Corp.
If you are concerned about access to the money, stick with shorter-term CDs with staggered maturities.
Staggered maturities must be monitored and orchestrated.
Planners and investment counselors like Sinclair mention deferred annuities, mutual funds, bonds with staggered maturities, and stocks as popular retirement planning vehicles with good growth potential in the '90s.
This refinancing improves pricing/interest rate profile, increases ability to fund JV investments, improves key financial covenant, improves pricing/interest rate profile, increases ability to fund JV investments as well as provides for extended and staggered maturities, concluded the company.