Serial bonds

• An issue of bonds of which a certain proportion matures each year.

• A bond issue in which maturities are staggered over a number of years.

• Is an issuance of bonds which have different maturity dates for the principal. Often these bonds are issued ona year-by-year basis but there can be maturity gaps as well.

• Corporate bonds arranged so that specified principal amounts become due on specified dates. Related: term bonds.


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