Aktienanleihe

English translation: reverse convertible

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German term or phrase:Aktienanleihe
English translation:reverse convertible

13:49 Dec 18, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: Aktienanleihe
generic term for a bond where the issuer is entitled to deliver specified shares instead of the nominal value of the bond if the shares are trading at or below a certain price on redemption date
EsmeJ
reverse convertible
Explanation:
A more general term would be "equity-linked bond issue", but the structure you describe is the typical RC, which is basically a straight bond plus an embedded short put option.

Contact me directly if you need more info on the structure.
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Ralf Lemster
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Local time: 13:00
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thanks for the fast and accurate response
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5 +1reverse convertible
Ralf Lemster
4stock bond
Kathi Stock


  

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stock bond


Explanation:
I would say...

Kathi Stock
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reverse convertible


Explanation:
A more general term would be "equity-linked bond issue", but the structure you describe is the typical RC, which is basically a straight bond plus an embedded short put option.

Contact me directly if you need more info on the structure.


    Own professional experience in the financial markets (including equities/equity derivatives)
Ralf Lemster
Germany
Local time: 13:00
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in category: 467
Grading comment
thanks for the fast and accurate response

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agree  Poornima Iyengar: Sounds good to me!
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