A bond (of Latin obligare: oblige) is a promissory note.
Most often, the term bond is used for one of the more homogeneous debts. Bonds are often negotiable instruments, namely that the borrower has no influence on what the lenders are that bonds can be traded and who are the owner of a bond at any time, have a right to, described in the bond’s circumstances.
The name of a group of bonds with identical terms
It is a condition that conditions can be listed, that they are freely transferable.
In Norway, Norges Bank issues government bonds.
A bond series is usually the name of a group of bonds with identical terms and, if listed, they have a unique code. But with the help of the mortgage banks also known as bond series for a collection of bonds, where some, but not all, conditions are identical, and subdivides a bond series into branches and interest rates, where the series can hold more fund codes.
This term is also sometimes used for bonds
Bonds convertible into equities, known as convertible bonds. This term is also sometimes used for bonds, where the problem before ordinary bonds has the opportunity to meet them face to face, but to distinguish between these two forms are many, therefore the latter are convertible bonds.
Bonds are loans characterized by their most important (coupon) rate and repayment profile.
Bonds also divided by the nature of the problem:
Government bonds issued by sovereign states
Mortgage bonds issued by mortgages
Corporate bonds issued by companies and other companies
Bonds are split according to security
In addition, bonds are split according to security:
Bonds, as a priority according to the other unsecured claims, known as subordinate, junior or responsible
Bonds, which are equal in priority to other unsecured claims, called non-subordinated or higher.