loan stock


Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • loan stock — Stock bearing a fixed rate of interest. Unlike a debenture, loan stock may be unsecured. Exchange Handbook Glossary Long term debt issued by a company in order to raise capital for which interest is paid. Financial Services Glossary * * * loan… …   Financial and business terms

  • loan stock — Capital investment which is treated as debt rather than share capital. Often similar to preference shares although with a higher security ranking than shares but with less security than bank borrowing and senior debt. When subordinated, they may… …   Law dictionary

  • Loan Stock — Common or preferred stock shares that are used as collateral to secure a loan from another party. The loan will earn a fixed interest rate, much like a standard loan, and can be secured or unsecured. A secured loan stock may also be called a… …   Investment dictionary

  • loan stock — / ləυn stɒk/ noun stock issued by a company at a fixed rate of interest, as a means of raising a loan …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • loan stock — See debenture …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • loan stock — Fin bonds and debentures …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • convertible loan stock — ➔ stock1 * * * convertible loan stock UK US noun [C or U] ► FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a company s bonds that can be exchanged for ordinary shares within a particular period of time …   Financial and business terms

  • convertible bonds or loan stock — Bonds/loan stock that give the holder the right to convert to shares at a future date. The terms of the conversion are set at the time of issue. The aim is to give investors a regular income whilst also giving them the chance to share in the… …   Financial and business terms

  • unsecured loan stock — ULS; = unsecured debenture A loan stock or debenture in which no specific assets have been set aside as a fund out of which the holders could be paid in priority to other creditors in the event of non payment …   Accounting dictionary

  • unsecured loan stock — ULS; unsecured debenture A loan stock or debenture in which no specific assets have been set aside as a fund out of which the debenture holders could be paid in priority to other creditors in the event of non payment. Compare secured debenture …   Big dictionary of business and management

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