Definition of bondholder
: one that holds a government or corporation bond
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The bondholders now seem likely to sustain larger losses under court supervision.
Once again, the Italian government shied away from harming retail bondholders (a.k.a.
Lower-ranking bondholders, owed $171 million, are being offered nothing under the bankruptcy exit plan.
But Detroit paid pension holders before bondholders, and Mackey said that since then investors have been skittish about trusting general obligation bonds.
It's expected that there will be plenty of litigation among the bondholders, as each jockey for position to collect payment.
Paschi’s bondholders are supposed to step unto the breach, swallowing losses and reducing the bank’s debt.
When a bank gets into financial trouble, shareholders and bondholders, assumed to be sophisticated investors aware of the risks, are supposed to take the hit and bear the losses.
Rossello and administration officials declined to say during a press briefing Wednesday with reporters in San Juan whether the plan will cover bills by redirecting sales-tax revenue that’s been pledged to some bondholders.
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