collateralization

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  • Collateralization — The act where a borrower pledges an asset as recourse to the lender in the event that the borrower defaults on the initial loan. Collateralization of assets gives lenders a sufficient level of reassurance against default risk, which allows loans… …   Investment dictionary

  • collateralization — noun The act or process of collateralizing …   Wiktionary

  • cross-collateralization — USA cross collateralization, Also known as bootstrapping. A practice used in DIP financing arrangements in which a debtor grants its existing prepetition lender a security interest in assets acquired after the bankruptcy filing (such as… …   Law dictionary

  • Cross-collateralization — is a term used when the collateral for one loan is also used as collateral for another loan. If a person has borrowed from the same bank a home loan secured by the house, a car loan secured by the car, and so on, these assets can be used as cross …   Wikipedia

  • Cross Collateralization — The act of using an asset that is currently being used as collateral for a loan is also used as collateral for a second loan. If the debtor was unable make either loan s scheduled repayments in time, the affected lender(s) can eventually force… …   Investment dictionary

  • cross collateralization — Extension of the creditor s interest in property of the debtor so that collateral for one debt also serves as collateral for one or more other debts. American Banker Glossary …   Financial and business terms

  • over collateralization — ( OC) A type of credit enhancement used in some asset backed securities and some private mortgage backed securities. The principal amount of the collateral pledged for a given security exceeds to the principal amount of the security. American… …   Financial and business terms

  • over-collateralization — ( OC) A type of credit enhancement used in some asset backed securities and some private mortgage backed securities. The principal amount of the collateral pledged for a given security exceeds to the principal amount of the security. American… …   Financial and business terms

  • collateralize — collateralization, n. /keuh lat euhr euh luyz /, v.t., collateralized, collateralizing. 1. to secure (a loan) with collateral. 2. to pledge (property, securities, etc.) as collateral. Also, esp. Brit., collateralise. [1940 45; COLLATERAL + IZE] * …   Universalium

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