meaning of bullet bond

bullet bond meaning in Law Dictionary

In financial and finance, a bullet loan is that loan where a payment of whole principal of this loan, and quite often the main and interest, is due after the loan term. Similarly for round relationship. A bullet loan can be a mortgage, bond, note or other types of credit.

bullet bond meaning in Business Dictionary

typical particular relationship that will pay regular interest (or is sold at a price reduction regarding par worth), and completely amortizes on a fixed maturity day with the payment of principal in a single tranche in the place of installments.