Exchangeable Bonds


Exchangeable Bonds
   Similar to convertible bonds but not linked to the shares of the issuer. They can be exchanged for shares in another company, which the issuer may already own.
   ► See also Convertible Bond.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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