Article preview: One of the most dangerous financial products to emerge in recent years is the so-called ‘mini-bond’. While there is no official definition of a mini-bond, the term usually refers to illiquid debt securities marketed to retail investors. In other words, privately owned businesses issue debt to retail investors, promising to pay the interest each year, in the form of cash or a specified amount of their products.
Mini-bond marketing ban extended
This 395-word blog post looks at the new FCA ban on the marketing of mini-bonds to retail investors, now extended to similar-looking listed bonds. Written on 11th December 2020.
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