nonconvertible

nonconvertible

(ˌnɒnkənˈvɜːtəbəl)
adj
(Banking & Finance) not able to be exchanged for an equivalent
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This tranche is part of the shelf registration of up to 36 million perpetual, cumulative, nonvoting, nonparticipating, nonconvertible and redeemable preferred shares approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Up to 35% of the Fund's total assets may be invested in nonconvertible debt securities consisting primarily of high-yield, high-risk corporate bonds.
Merrill Lynch has agreed to pay a $650,000 fine to settle claims that it did not get clients the best price for thousands of trades that were done manually; the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority also says that the brokerage firm did not keep accurate records of the trades, which involved purchases of nonconvertible preferred securities from 2010 to 2012.
It invests under normal circumstances, at least 65% of its total assets in income-generating equity securities and up to 35% in nonconvertible debt securities.
The bank's General Assembly gave the nod to the extension of its approval to issue Additional Tier 1 Sukuk nonconvertible into ordinary shares of up to QAR 3 billion.
The policy was a nonconvertible term policy with annual renewable term (ART) premiums that had been increasing for the past two years.
DLF had received shareholders' approval last month to raise up to ` 5,000 crore through nonconvertible debentures.
International Resource News-July 7, 2014--Cerro Grande Mining announces private placement financing of nonconvertible debentures
convertible hand trucks and nonconvertible hand trucks.
The preference shares can be divided in the following categories: (i) callable/non-callable, (ii) cumulative / noncumulative, (iii) convertible / nonconvertible, and (iv) participating / non-participating.
They bring out a nonconvertible 6 1/2-inch nine-shot e22 Magnum single action thinking that's going to be a seller?
Uranium One: update on bond offering EVENT: Uranium One (UUU) issued, in accordance with the requirements of the Russian Federal Service for Financial Markets (FSFM), a press release setting out the process to purchase Series 1 unsecured, nonconvertible, interest-bearing and certificated ruble- denominated bonds, under the previously announced prospectus registered with the FSFM.