Bond: form of an interest-bearing note Used by comany to borrow on a long-term basis.
Secured: Bonds that have specific assets of The issuer pledged as collateral.
Unsecured/Debenture: bonds that are unsecured (not backed By any collateral).
Term: debt issues that mature on a single Date.
Serial: Bonds consisting of separate amounts That mature at different dates.
Callable: the issuer's right to call and Retire the debt before maturity.
Convertible: that bondholders can exchange for a Set number of the issuer's shares.
Deep Discount: debt Issues that have very little or no interest and are sold at a large discount.
Registered: bonds that are issued in the owner's Name (surrendered and selling).
Coupon: Are not recorded in the owner's name and can be easily transferred Between owners.
Income: bonds that pay no interest unless The issuing company is profitable.
Revenue: interest paid on bonds is from Specified revenue source.
Face: the market rate equals the contract Rate
Par Value: Amount the bond issuer agrees to pay at maturity and the amount on which cash interest Payments r based.
Amortization: The periodic transfer of the cost of An intangible asset to expense
Annuity: series of equal cash flows at fixed Intervals.
Mortgage: Legal loan agreement that protects a Lender by giving the lender the right to be paid from the cash proceeds from The sale of a borrower's assets identified in the mortgage.