The date on which a bond matures or is redeemed, On the redemption date, the...
Date when a debt security is has to be payed back, marking the end of the lifetime of a bond.
The maturity date. The date on which a fixed interest security is due to be repaid by its issuers.
Date on which the issuer will retire outstanding debt.
The date on which a loan is to be repaid.
The repayment date/maturity date for bonds and other fixed interest securities.
the date on which an instrument is due to be repaid by its issuer at its redemption price.
In debt markets the maturity of an instrument is the length of the loan i.e. the amount of time before the principal amount lent is repaid. The actual date on which the principal is repaid is known as the redemption date (which may be wholly or partly before the maturity date if the bond includes a call or put option, or a sinking fund provision). Once an instrument has been issued the length of time left until the redemption date is known as the term to maturity.
The date which a security (usually a fixed interest stock) is due to be repaid by the issuer at its full face value. The year is included in the title of the security; the actual redemption date being that on which the last interest is due to be paid.
Usually associated with gilts* or bonds*, the redemption date is the date set in advance when the gilt* or bond* will be repaid by the issuing government or company and you will receive your capital back.
refunding registered bond
The end of a fixed period when the nominal value of a redeemable security will be repaid to the investor.
The date when a bond will be repaid, though some can be redeemed early or "called" by the issuer. If the investor is entitled to redeem the bond early, he has the right to put the bond. Those bonds which are never repaid are known as irredeemables or perpetuals. Some preference shares and convertibles also have redemption or maturity dates.