reverse convertible note (RCN)


A derivative financial instrument based on underlying stocks or bonds. A reverse convertible note provides the holder with shares of stock or a cash payout upon maturity, depending on how it was set up by the issuer. Reverse Convertible Notes provide exposure of a portfolio to a stock or bond without actually including the stock or bond in the portfolio.
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reverse convertible bond reverse greenshoe option