Corporate Bond 

A corporate bond is a debt security issued by a mining company and sold to investors. Corporate bonds have a standard coupon payment structure. The investor is the owner of the bond and receives interest from the mining company until the bond matures. At that point, the investor reclaims the face value of the bond. The backing for the bond is the payment ability of the mining project. The mining project’s physical assets are used as collateral for bonds.

 

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