1. Law - security - collateral.
A charged asset is one that has a security interest attached to it.
For example, land that has been mortgaged to support a borrowing.
2. Law - lending and borrowing - security - mortgages - land.
A borrowing that is charged is one that is supported by assets collateralising it.
For example, loan notes collateralised by security over land.
- Riverside notes fully charged by issuance dates
- "In December 2020, Riverside completed its first-ever private placement deal.
- The security released as part of the Lloyds refinancing in March underpinned that placement, ensuring that it was fully charged by the notes’ issuance dates."
- ACT Deals of the Year Awards 2020 - Riverside