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Corporate Bonds - High Yield

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  • InvestopoliNews

    InvestopoliNews

    • 2 years ago
    Hi Hamid, thank you for your comment. Unfortunately till now we have not been able to find the coupon structure. Probably the only way would be to directly contact the issuer. BR
  • hamid

    hamid

    • 2 years ago
    Maturitas Securitisation SA Bond SU% 2038-12 EUR CH0417569289
    would you please provide us with the interest step-up structure?
  • Kadir

    Kadir

    • 3 years ago
    Dewan Housing Finance Bond 8.50% 2023-04 INR XS1804974399
    Where should the bearer of the bond approach for coupon payment
  • InvestopoliNews

    InvestopoliNews

    • 3 years ago
    Hi Joseph, thank you very much for your comment. Please note payment is annual (not semiannual). First payment is on May 2nd, 2019. Depending on company's results Coupon has also some step-up bonuses. You can find further information in the prospectus (the documentation link in the bond board), it is double language German/English document on the issuer's website.
  • Joseph

    Joseph

    • 3 years ago
    PNE Wind Bond 4.00% 2023-05 EUR DE000A2LQ3M9
    When is the Interest Coupon be paid please and what date and month?

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