Sunday, December 26, 2010


The maturity date is the date when an issuer promises to repay the value of an investment such as a bond, redeemable preference share, and other debt or quasi-debt securities. Maturity dates may also apply to some forms of fixed-term investment funds, such as those that offer capital protection.

Synonyms: Expiry, Maturity date

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