Definition for : Mandatory convertible bonds

Mandatory Convertible bonds are bonds always redeemed in shares of the issuing company; their Coupon rate, however, is not linked to the company's Earnings performance. Also called bonds redeemable in shares.
(See Chapters Chapter 7 How to cope with the most complex points in financial accounts and Chapter 25 Selling securities of the Vernimmen)
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