secured bond


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a bond that is back by collateral

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Petrochemical tanker Chembulk Tankers said on Thursday that its Chembulk Holding LLC wholly owned subsidiary has priced USD200m in senior secured bonds in a private placement.
75% senior secured bond issue 2011/2016 have at a bondholders meeting on 26 March 2014, granted the company temporary waivers from certain terms in the bond agreement dated 18 March 2011.
Most recently, on 20 October 2010, the agency set a first time B1 corporate family rating and a provisional B1 senior secured bond rating to Pacnet.
Among the current broadly syndicated loan issuers who are also issuing senior secured notes or bonds, Fitch typically has seen the senior secured loan and senior secured bond secured by the same collateral and would expect the same recovery given a default scenario.
On 8 January 2010, the agency lowered the corporate family and senior secured bond ratings to Ca from Caa1 with a "negative" outlook, which was its most recent rating action on the company.
ST) revealed on Wednesday the completion of its USD150m senior secured bond issue.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has affirmed Orange Cogen Funding Corporation's (OC Funding) senior secured bonds (secured bonds) due 2022 with $91.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB-' rating for CE Generation LLC's (CE Gen) $400 million secured bonds (the secured bonds) due 2018, with $219 million currently outstanding.
aACAo JPY 15 billion Series 15 senior secured bonds due 2019
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (II)'s (RasGas (II)) and Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (3)'s (RasGas (3)) senior secured bonds at 'A+' with Stable Outlooks.
The letters of credit issued by the banks in connection with the residential rental building back a Fannie Mae credit facility, which in turn secured bonds issued by the New York City Housing Development Corporation.
aACAo JPY 15 billion Series 32 senior secured bonds due 2033
New York City Transitional Finance Authority (NY) future tax secured bonds series 2003A (all maturities);