NCD & Corporate bonds related FAQs

What are the secured rights of NCD holders ?

These are the rights of NCD holders, whether secured or unsecured:

  • NCD holders can sue the company to recover principal and interest.
  • They may also file a request for compulsory dissolution.
  • If the company closes down, NCD holders will be eligible for principal repayment.

Secured NCD Holders:

  • Investors have the option to file a suit for compulsory dissolution via the DT (Debenture trustee).
  • They may also file suit to sell the company's property.
  • NCD holders have the right to restrict their company and prevent the sale of property.
  • If the trustee is allowed, investors may also appoint a liquidator to collect the repayment charge.
  • The holder may sue the company for any balance payments if the company's charged assets are less than the full amount.

Differentiate between NCD and FD.

What are NCDs?

Who is eligible to issue NCD in India?

Can NCDs be issued by LLP?

Can NCDs be issued by private company?

What is the process to issue NCD in India?

How can we apply for NCD?

Why are NCDs issued by company?

if the NCD is issued at the share price of issuing company what will be the effectt?

What are the expenses indulged in issuing NCD?

What are the dissimilarities between Unsecured and Secured NCD ?

What are the steps involves in NCD allotment ?

Who will be accepted by NCDs ?

What are the types of NCDs ?

How NCDs are different from Bonds ?

What are the Bond's Pros and Cons ?

Are NRIs allowed to invest in NCDs ?

In NCD ,what are call and put options ?

What is NCD ? Is this a Fixed deposit or a Share ?

NCD is Taxable or Not ?