Long Term Debt

What is Long Term Debt?

Long Term Debt represents all interest-bearing financial liabilities of a company that will not be repaid within one year after the reporting date.

What does Long Term Debt include?

  • Any long-term liability that is convertible
  • Bonds
  • Capitalized Leases (USA) / Finance Lease (IFRS)
  • Debentures
  • Interest-free loans/borrowings reported as part of the total debt
  • Industrial revenue bond
  • Long-term royalties
  • Long-term notes payables
  • Operating lease liabilities
  • Preferred liabilities
  • Revolving credit
  • Senior subordinated debentures
  • Subordinated bonds and notes
  • Subordinated loans
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