In terms of raising funds, debt capital refers to funds borrowed to a firm or...
Capital raised through the issuance of bonds. see also capital, cost of debt capital, debt ratio.
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The long-term capital raised by selling bonds.
Debt Capital is the capital raised through the issuance of bonds.
Funding through loans, such as debentures and bonds. See also Equity capital and Convertible bond.
Money raised by a business by borrowing through bonds or other debentures.
The part of the investment capital that must be borrowed. Default: The failure to pay a debt or meet an obligation.
Money loaned at an agreed interest rate for a fixed term of years; distinguished from equity capital.
Debt capital is the capital that a business raises by taking out a loan. It is a loan made to a company that, which is normally repaid at some future date. Debt capital differs from equity or share capital because subscribers to debt capital do not become part owners of the business, but are merely creditors, and the suppliers of debt capital usually receive a contractually fixed annual percentage return on their loan, and this is known as the coupon rate.