A Baklava bond is a bond denominated in Turkish Lira and issued by a domestic or foreign entity in Turkey.[1] The name refers to baklava, a Turkish dessert.

In October 2010, Turkish authorities allowed companies to issue bonds.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Memili, Ümit (2012). Baklava Bonds: Sweet Margins in Turkey. Evaluating Turkish Corporate Bonds in Local Currency. p. 117.
  2. ^ Memili, Ümit (2012). Baklava Bonds: Sweet Margins in Turkey. Evaluating Turkish Corporate Bonds in Local Currency.