Shareholders and creditors, Finance Basics

Shareholders and Creditors

Shareholders And Creditors or bond or debenture holders

Bondholders are lenders or providers of long term debt capital.  Usually they will provide debt capital to the firm of the following factors on the strength as:

  • The accessible asset structure of the firm
  • The accessible gearing level or capital structure of the firm
  • The accessible capital structure of gearing once borrowing the new debt.
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