What are Corporate commercial Bonds?
Is a debt issued by a company or working professionals and in return there is a legal commitment to pay or may not pay an interest (depending on the type of bond) on the principal debt.
Types of Corporate commercial Bonds
High Grades (Investment Grade) are rated as AAA, AA, A and BBB (depending on the financial term which consultes maturity, fase value, coupon rate and Yield to maturity)
High Yield (Non-Investment Grade) according to their credit rating. They are rated as BB and below. They often offer higher interest rates because they are greater risk.
According to their maturity which is te date when the company has to give back the money to the principal investors and they are classify in short terms (les tan 3 years), médium terms (4 to 10 years) or long terms (+ 10 years).
How much do Corporate commercial Bonds cost?
Depending on their type and classification of the bond, the cost can be reflected on the porcentaje of interest of the total pay.
How do Corporate commercial Bonds work?
Investors buy coporate bonds and lend money to a companies issuing a bond. There is a legal commitment to return the lend and a porcentaje of interests may or may not be payd.
How long does it takes to get a Corporatate comercial bond?
Depends on the analysis of the business and the legal part to be determined.