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A premium finance program through a zero coupon bond

Thursday, March 05, 2009
The +7.2% yield is implied throughout the bond life until lump sum repayment on due date in year 10.

A SQUARE :: 05Mar09 A premium finance program through a zero coupon bond
Category Hybrid
Faculty Nicholas J. Edwards
Expertise Hybrid
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
We have engineered many fund and bond structures with 100% principal protection and 100% collateral backing using life settlements but in this instance we were asked specifically to engineer an offering of high yield with zero risk.
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