Bonds issue under the UAE local laws
Companies have many different ways to raise financing — either by way of equity financing or by way of debt financing. Classic examples of equity financing are for corporations to increase their share capital by inviting existing shareholders or new strategic investors to subscribe in newly issued shares or through launching a public offering to the general public to subscribe in its shares. The public offer process is internationally know as “IPO” or Initial Public Offering.
Alternatively, corporations may, instead of equity financing, decide to raise financing through debt financing. The commonly used debt financing means are:
- borrowing from one or a syndicate of banks against a set of securities and charges on the corporations’ assets, commercial establishment, and shares; or
- issuing bonds to general or specific beneficiaries, known as “Bond Holders”…
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