a settlement mechanic for a Derivative instrument or Security (e.g., Convertible Bonds) where the In-the-Money amount of the instrument or Security is settled in the underlying asset. For example, in the case of net-share settled Convertible Bonds, the Conversion Value up to the principal amount of the Bond is settled in cash, with the remainder settled in stock (or sometimes stock or cash at the Issuer’s option).
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