hybrid instrument


An investment product that combines the attributes of an equity security with a debt security. Generally, hybrid instruments are designed as debt-type instruments with exposure to the equities market. Examples of hybrid instruments are convertible bonds, preferred stocks, equity default swaps and structured notes linked to an equity index. Also called hybrid securities.
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