Long Term Debt Instrument

Debts obligations such as bonds and notes, which have maturities greater than one year, would be considered long-term debt. Debt instrument is the way to transfer the ownership of debt obligations from one party to another. Debt obligation increases liquidity and gives creditors a means of trading debt obligations on the market.

UCB facilitates four types of debt instruments for corporate bodies.


  • Zero coupon ( Convertible & Non Convertible)
  • Coupon bearing bond ( Convertible & Non Convertible)

Preference Share ( Redeemable & Perpetual )

Commercial Paper and other Fixed income securities