ERM Glossary: Embedded equity conversion feature

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An embedded equity conversion feature is a derivative contained within the terms and conditions of a debt instrument that enables or requires the instrument to be converted into equity under a particular set of circumstances. Debt instruments with these features may be ‘callable’ or ‘putable’ depending on which party is able to exercise the conversion feature.


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