Conversion value, Financial Management

Conversion value is the amount which investors will receive by immediately exchanging the bonds for equity stock and selling the stock at prevailing market price of the common stock. The formula for conversion value is given below:

         Conversion value = Conversion ratio  +  Market price of the common stock

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