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a holder of bonds issued by a government or corporation

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This month,3,292,546 prizes worth [pounds sterling]94,111,900 were won -- and two lucky bond-holders, one from Kent and another from York, received [pounds sterling]1 million each.
The initiative saw NBC giving away 515,223 prizes totaling AED 49 million from the company's own funds (the Mudareb) as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual dividends to bond-holders.
We have been able to offer our bond-holders attractive prizes as well as compound annual returns averaging 57 per cent between 2006 and 2013," Mohammed Qasim Al Ali, CEO of National Bonds Corporation, said.
That interest was then used to Sue and above, Dunn, top make repayments to the bond-holders and any surplus was profit for the company.
*The bond-holders, who are now led by the hedge fund Aurelius Capital Management, would get the opportunity to sue many more entities under its plan than under the Oaktree/Angelo Gordon plan.
Bond-holders would own the stadium and lease it back to the club.
More than 2,150 bond-holders could be involved in the action, while up to 900 have already expressed interest in litigation.
Years later, when the bond-holders are ready to enter the home market, the bonds can be redeemed at interest-inflated maturation -- but used only to buy a first house, he adds.
"In practice, bond-holders routinely reinvested their money at the end of the fixed period, and some bond-holders carried on doing this for 20-plus years."
The repayments from those mortgages that are packaged up will provide the interest for the bond-holders.
In other Tribune news, company bond-holders have asked Carey for permission to look more into the 2007 deal that took Tribune from a private company into its current hybrid ownership, which includes a controlling stake by real estate mogul Sam Zell as well as an employee stock-ownership plan.
It found that the group of bond-holders with the first name Rebecca produced a higher proportion of winners than any other groups of women or men with other first names.
The initial offering has been underwritten by French bank Dexia, and its structure means bond-holders are guaranteed a return above the rate of inflation for the scheme's full 15-year period.
This week 8,000 bond-holders received letters urging them to pay pounds 300 to join a scheme called "The Trophy Trail".
The company's plan to restructure that debt is complex and requires existing bond-holders to invest more money in the company and acquire secured debt in exchange.