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What are “convertible loans”?

A convertible loan is a loan that include a relative short-term interest rate period, based on a future investment within the company. With this type of loan, the lender is entitled to convert the loan to preferred stocks of the company under conditions that are set in advance by the two parties. Usually, the investor will not expect to gain from the interest rate, but from the stocks that will eventually convert into money.

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