Glossary

Global Depositary Note (GDN)

is a debt instrument created by a depositary bank, that evidences ownership of a local currency-denominated debt security. GDNs emulate the terms (interest rate, maturity date, credit quality, etc.) of particular local bonds; however, they trade, settle, and pay interest and principal in U.S. Dollars, and are Euroclear/Clearstream/DTC-eligible.
Share:
minimizeexpand
150 000
issues: local and international bonds
170
countries
+7 812 336 97 21
pro@cbonds.info
150 000
issues: local and international bonds
170
countries
Сbonds is a global Fixed income data platform
+7 812 336 97 21
pro@cbonds.info
Data
  • Descriptive data on bonds
  • Bond Quotes from trading systems and market participants
  • Prospectuses and other issue documents
  • Credit ratings
  • Indexes and indicators
  • Market news and analytical research
Analytical instruments
  • Multi-parameter bond database search
  • Bond Maps
  • Market calendar
  • Bond calculator
  • Watchlist and Portfolio management
  • Chart analysis
  • Mobile App and Excel Add-in Tool
Enter or RegisterSubscription/Trial access