Translation: from english

pledging of securities

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  • Pledging Requirement — Any legal or bureaucratic requirement that securities be pledged as collateral for public fund deposits or other specific deposits. These securities must be marketable and trade actively. Treasury securities are usually pledged at full face value …   Investment dictionary

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  • Term Securities Lending Facility - TSLF — A lending facility through the Federal Reserve that allows primary dealers to borrow Treasury securities on a 28 day term by pledging eligible collateral. The eligible securities under the term securities lending facility include AAA to Aaa rated …   Investment dictionary

  • Lombard credit — is the granting of credit by banks against pledged items, mostly in the form of securities or life insurance policies. The pledged items must be readily sellable. Lending is via central banks, in particular the securities eligible for collateral… …   Wikipedia

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  • rehypothecation — pledging to banks by securities brokers of the amount in customers margin account as collateral for broker loans , which are used to cover margin loans to customers for margin purchases and selling short. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

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  • hypothecation — (1) An archaic term for pledging that did not involve either possession or title transfer. (2) Any pledge of an asset as collateral for a debt. (An uncommon but correct usage.) (3) The pledge of marketable securities or deposits to secure a loan… …   Financial and business terms

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