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note +‎ holder

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noteholder ‎(plural noteholders)

  1. (finance) An entity holding a note, such as a promissory note.
    • 2009 January 15, “Centro in trading halt pending announcement”, in Herald Sun[1]:
      9 per cent of Centro's existing issued securities were to be issued in mid-January to its 23 financiers, comprising Australian banks and US private placement noteholders, on a pro rata basis at market value.

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