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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

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