Investments glossary

Joint Bond

A joint bond, or a joint-and-several bond, is one where two or more parties guarantee interest and principal. In the case of default, the bondholders have the right to claim the assets of all the issuing institutions, corporations, or individuals. This dual responsibility reduces risk and the borrowing costs.

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