What to expect in a bondholders meeting

Modified on Fri, 28 Apr 2023 at 11:03 AM

A bondholder meeting is a meeting between the issuer of a bond and its bondholders. The meeting is typically called when the issuer wants to discuss or make changes to the terms of the bond, such as interest rates or repayment schedules. 


A bondholders meeting typically takes 30 minutes and includes the following agenda items:  

        1. The appointment of a representative to act on behalf of all bondholders 

        2. Going through the proposed terms for bond restructuring 

        3. Voting by bondholders to pass resolution(s); these refer to the collective decision by bondholders on the agreed-to                 terms which will be undertaken by the bond issuer. 



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