What is the bond market and how does it work?

If you are dreading getting a loan to help your business grow then you might want to consider the bond market.

The bond market sits alongside the equity market in the sense that the person doesn't own your company, but they kind of in a way do because they've lent you a whole lot of money, if need be they could have an influence in the way things are run.

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Convertible bonds are those that can be converted into equity

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Generally when lending money you need to be prudent about the way those people are running their businesses.

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