bondholder bondholder  /ˈbɑnd ˌhoʊl dər/


  • (n) a holder of bonds issued by a government or corporation


  1. Members of Congress are beginning to aggressively raise the issue of whether GM can close dealers and cancel bondholder rights.
  2. I am writing this letter to you from the bondholder's standpoint and trust you will publish it.
  3. In this way both the bondholder and the Treasury will save the commissions which they would have to pay if the bonds were sold on the open market.



  1. "I would advocate moving the GSEs out of No Man's Land," Mudd said. "Events have shown how difficult it is to balance financial, capital, market, housing, shareholder, bondholder, homeowner, private and public interests in a crisis of these...
    on Dec 9, 2008 By: Daniel Mudd Source: Bloomberg

  2. "I will give strong consideration to saving what was once a great casino hotel operation that bore my name," Trump said. "But unfortunately it is clear that I will have to work from the outside - the existing bondholder control will not...
    on Feb 14, 2009 By: Donald Trump Source: Press of Atlantic City

  3. "The negative consumer sentiment and erosion of franchise value would make the reorganisation process more complex for the automakers and a Chapter 7 liquidation of at least one of the automakers possible," notes Clark. "Auto bondholder...
    on Dec 17, 2008 By: Bruce Clark Source: Structured Credit Investor (subscription)

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