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bearer bond

n.
A bond issued as a paper certificate without a registered owner and payable to the holder.

bear′er bond`


n.
a bond not registered in anyone's name and payable to whoever possesses it.
[1910–15]
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Noun1.bearer bond - a bond issued with detachable coupons that must be presented to the issuer for interest paymentsbearer bond - a bond issued with detachable coupons that must be presented to the issuer for interest payments
bond certificate, bond - a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal
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bearer bond

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Further, prizes on Rs 40,000 Premium Prize Bonds (Registered) are more attractive compared to bearer bonds. The registered bonds are secure and not prone to forgery and theft.
It is good that the Government has afforded reasonable timeframe to investors to either register bearer bonds or encash them into their bank accounts, invariably meaning that the holders of these bonds will have to make a total declaration of what they possess, making it easier for FBR to go after tax evaders.
In an announcement, the ministry of finance said the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet had decided that holders of bearer Rs40,000 Prize Bonds could avail the option to convert their bearer bonds into Premium Prize Bonds registered through 16 field offices of the State Bank of PakAistan (SBP) Banking Services Corporation and authorised braAnAches of six commercial banks - the National Bank of Pakistan, United Bank, MCB Bank, Allied Bank, Habib Bank and Bank Alfalah.
40,000 *Premium Prize Bonds (Registered)* are more attractive compared to bearer bonds. The registered bonds are secure and not prone to forgery and theft.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had launched the Rs40,000 Premium Prize Bond (Registered) and these bearer bonds could be converted into the premium registered bonds of Rs40,000 denomination.
Gone are the days when one could drive the back roads of South Dakota, hunt pheasants off the hood of a car, and buy bearer bonds. Dodd Frank clearly created additional regulatory burdens for municipal issuers, underwriters, and municipal advisors.
For instance, travellers' cheques and bearer bonds that can be converted into cash can be carried by travellers entering or leaving the UAE, ranging from Dh40,000 to Dh100,000, or an equivalent amount in foreign currencies.
Moscow: In accordance with the decision of the Bank of Russia Main Branch for the Central Federal District, dated 25 March 2016, on invalidating the issue of series P-02 certified interest bearing non-convertible bearer bonds maturing 3,822 days after the placement with the possibility of early redemption at the discretion of the issuing credit institution Commercial Bank Metallurg, limited liability company, individual state registration number of the issue is 40202877V, dated 19 February 2015, the state registration of the securities issue has been cancelled.
Weak controls in the financial sector, porous borders, bearer bonds, casinos, unregulated exchange houses, lax or no enforcement of cross-border transportation of currency and negotiable instruments disclosures, ineffective and/or corrupt customs inspectors and police, trade-based value transfer, underground remittance systems, and minimal enforcement activity for financial crimes allow money launderers, transnational criminal syndicates, and possibly terrorism financiers to take advantage of Paraguay's financial system.
Castle and Beckett visit the library, and there in a book they find nearly 2.3 million in bearer bonds, which were issued by the German Government.
Pamela Young enjoys her easy life with her friends, aptly named the Band of Friends, until her life does a one-eighty when stolen bearer bonds mysteriously come into her possession.
Each tranche comprises 500 convertible notes in the form of bearer bonds each with a nominal value of EUR 1,000 and transferrable only upon approval of the company.