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Secured Bonds

Secured bonds, as the name suggests, have certain assets of the issuing company pledged as collateral or a guarantee. This protects bondholders and their investments, such that if the issuing company fails to pay the interest payment & principal amount upon maturity, bondholders can demand the sale of secured or collateralized assets in order to pay the bond obligations.

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