bullet repayment
A one-off repayment of principal on a bond or loan which has not been gradually reduced over a period of time.
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USA
Also known as a balloon repayment.
A single repayment of principal on a bond or loan on the maturity date (rather than gradually repaying the loan in installments over a period of time).
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Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. . 2010.

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  • Bullet Repayment — A lump sum payment for the entire loan amount paid at maturity. A bullet repayment is often linked to ballon loans or similar products. Bullet repayments are usually built in to the terms of the loans. For example, when a person has a five year… …   Investment dictionary

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  • Bullet — 1) A one time lump sum repayment of an outstanding loan, typically made by the borrower after very little, if any, amortization of the loan. This can also refer to a loan that requires a disproportionately large portion (or even all) of the loan… …   Investment dictionary

  • bullet — 1) A security offering a fixed interest and maturing on a fixed date. 2) The final repayment of a loan, which consists of the whole of sum borrowed. In a bullet loan, interim repayments are interest only repayments, the principal sum being repaid …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Bullet Bond — A noncallable regular coupon paying debt instrument with a single repayment of principal on the maturity date. Sometimes referred to as a virgin bond …   Investment dictionary

  • bullet — A one time repayment, often after little or no amortization of the loan. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: balloon payment. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • bullet — / bυlɪt/ noun US a repayment of the capital of a loan when it matures …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • balloon repayment — USA Also known as a bullet repayment. A single repayment of principal on a bond or loan on the maturity date (rather than gradually repaying the loan in installments over a period of time). See also mezzanine debt …   Law dictionary

  • mezzanine debt — Debt finance that ranks in priority behind senior debt but ahead of trade creditors or equity; often secured and commonly convertible into equity of the borrower. There is generally a bullet repayment and there may be early prepayment premiums.… …   Law dictionary

  • revolving credit — A bank credit that is negotiated for a specified period; it allows for drawdown and repayment within that period. Repaid amounts can be redrawn up to the agreed limit of the credit. At the end of the loan period there is a bullet repayment of the …   Big dictionary of business and management

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