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Definition of Maturity Date

The maturity date for a loan is the date on which the borrower is required to repay the principal and interest on the loan. In a startup context, maturity dates come up when startups sell convertible notes to investors. Convertible notes are technically loans, though they're meant to convert into equity at the next financing, and so they have a maturity date.

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