Excel is the most widely used tool for dealing with massive datasets. We can perform myriads of tasks of multiple dimensions in Excel. I will show you how to create a convertible bond pricing model in Excel in this article.

## Introduction to Convertible Bond

A convertible bond pays fixed-income interest but can be converted into a set number of common stock shares. Conversion from the bond to stock occurs at set times during the bond’s life and therefore is usually at the bondholder’s discretion. It provides investors with hybrid security that includes features of a bond, such as interest payments, as well as the option to own the underlying stock.

## How to Create Convertible Bond Pricing Model in Excel: 4 Steps

This is the dataset for today’s article. We have a bond with a Face Value of **$1500**, a Coupon Rate of **5%**, Discounting Factor of **5%**. The bond will mature in **4 years**. I will show you how to do convertible bond pricing now.

### Step 1: Calculate Coupon Amount

The first step is to calculate the coupon amount. We will multiply the face value of the bond by the coupon rate to do so.

- Go to
**C10**and write down the following formula

`=$C$4*$C$5`

- Then, press
**ENTER**to get the output.

- Then, use the
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**up to**C13**.

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### Step 2: Measure Coupon and Principal

Now, I will add the coupon and the principal amount. The maturity is 4 years. So, I have written down the principal amount first.

- Then, go to
**E5**and write down the following formula

`=C10+D10`

- Then, press
**ENTER**to get the output.

- After that, use the
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**up to**E13**.

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### Step 3: Calculate Present Value of Bond

The next step is to calculate the present value of the bond. To do so,

- Go to
**F9**and write down the following formula

`=E10/(1+$C$6)^B10`

- Then, press
**ENTER**to get the output.

- After that, use the
**Fill Handle**to**AutoFill**up to**F13**.

### Step 4: Measure Bond Value

Finally, I will calculate the bond value. I will use **the SUM function** to do so.

- Go to
**F15**and write down the following formula

`=SUM(F10:F13)`

- Then, press
**ENTER**to get the output.

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## Conclusion

In this article, I have shown you how to create a convertible bond pricing model in Excel in this article. I hope it helps everyone. If you have any suggestions, ideas, or feedback, please feel free to comment below. Please visit Exceldemy for more useful articles like this.

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Where is the convertability priced? That’s just a simple bond princing.

Dear

MARCOS,Thank you for your query regarding the convertible bond pricing model presented in this article. Your query is valid, convertible bonds are bonds with the option to be converted into common stock. The conversion price refers to the price per share at which a convertible security (such as corporate bonds) can be converted into common stock.

The formula for conversion pricing is:

`Conversion Price = Market Price of Convertible Bond / Conversion Ratio`

To find the conversion price, you need the “Conversion Ratio”, which is the number of shares that investors receive upon conversion. You can divide the

Bond Value (C17)by theConversion Ratio (C18)to find theConversion Price (C19)as illustrated below.I hope this clarification is helpful. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.

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Sumaiya MirzaExcelDemy