shogun bond

(finance) Non-resident bond issues denominated in foreign currencies issued in Japan by foreign entities. Also known as a “geisha bond.” For example, if a U.S. company were to issue a dollar-denominated bond in Japan, it would be considered a shogun bond. The bond’s name is derived from the word shogun, which refers to the traditional military leader of the Japanese army.

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