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advance dividend

  • 1 advance dividend

    банк., амер. авансовая [ссудная\] квота* (сумма, выплачиваемая владельцам незастрахованных депозитов после банкротства банка или другого кредитно-сберегательного учреждения; величина компенсации определяется исходя из оценки суммы, которая может быть получена при реализации имущества банкрота, и составляет определенную долю от первоначального размера незастрахованного депозита)

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > advance dividend

  • 2 advance dividend

    ad·vance ˈdivi·dend
    n FIN Vorabdividende f

    English-german dictionary > advance dividend

  • 3 advance dividend

    dividende m anticipé

    English-French business dictionary > advance dividend

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