Difference between revisions of "Security"

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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Alienation of assets]]
 
* [[Alienation of assets]]
* [[Bearer instrument]]
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* [[Bearer instrument]] = bearer security
 
* [[Bells and whistles]]
 
* [[Bells and whistles]]
 
* [[Bond]]
 
* [[Bond]]
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* [[Deregulation]]
 
* [[Deregulation]]
 
* [[Dual currency bond]]
 
* [[Dual currency bond]]
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* [[Employee Retirement Income Security Act]]  (ERISA)
 
* [[Filter rule]]
 
* [[Filter rule]]
 
* [[Financial instrument]]
 
* [[Financial instrument]]
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* [[Medium term notes]]
 
* [[Medium term notes]]
 
* [[Mortgage ]]
 
* [[Mortgage ]]
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* [[National security industrial complex]]
 
* [[Negative pledge]]
 
* [[Negative pledge]]
 
* [[Non-callable]]
 
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* [[Safekeeping]]
 
* [[Safekeeping]]
 
* [[Schuldschein]]
 
* [[Schuldschein]]
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* [[Seasoned security]]
 
* [[Secured]]
 
* [[Secured]]
 
* [[Secured creditor]]
 
* [[Secured creditor]]

Revision as of 11:13, 3 July 2022

1. Collateral.

Assets pledged by a borrower, as additional protection for the lender's interest.

For example a residential mortgage loan, for which the security is the residential property mortgaged to the lender.


2. Credit risk - legal risk - commercial risk.

Other improvements to the legal or commercial position of a lender or another party, particularly in relation to credit risk.


3. Stocks - shares - similar assets.

A tradeable legal claim upon the assets of the issuer of the security.

Examples of traded securities include shares and bonds.


4. Safety - confidentiality.

Safety, including both physical safety and - for example - the confidentiality of information.


5. Controls - systems - procedures.

Systems and procedures to improve safety.

Including for example both physical access controls and electronic controls such as encryption and passwords.


See also