Enjoy a periodic coupon** and redemption price at maturity*

Become a bondholder. A bond is a recognition of the issuing body's debt. The bond has a fixed term, an interest rate that entitles the holder to a periodic coupon** and a redemption price at maturity*.

  • Fixed term

    A bond has a fixed borrowing term. In practice, its issuer borrows the funds for a set period of time, and you can then take out one or several bonds. Each bond represents a participation in this loan.

  • Periodic coupon**

    A bond is a recognition of the issuer's debt to you, the bondholder. You can therefore receive any interest in the form of coupons (periodic in this case).

  • Redemption price*

    A bond has a redemption price at maturity*. In general, this is 100% of the nominal value of the bond.

*Right to full or partial repayment of the initial capital invested by the Issuer at Maturity (excluding fees and charges), except in the case of bankruptcy or payment default (bankruptcy risk) by the Issuer and/or the Guarantor. A Bail-In can be defined as a set of measures imposed by the control authorities, aimed at having the losses of a credit institution in difficulties borne by all or some of its creditors, including investors who bought its Notes. The outcome of such measures is a reduction of the nominal amount of the Notes or their conversion into shares in such credit institution, with a view to absorbing its losses and/or recapitalising it (a reduction in the nominal amount could, in some cases, result in the Notes being worth nothing).
** Possible coupon. You can in fact collect interest (also called coupons). In this case the applied interest rate may be fixed or variable.

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