Lombard Loan

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Lombard Loan

A loan advanced by a pawnbroker to a customer. The term derives from the prosperous pawn shops in Italy in the early modern period.
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Despite that we recommend buying bonds of MTS even by the higher limit of the price range due to comparing to the other Lombard loans MTSa2 offers a not bad yield at the expense of the longer circulation period.
Lombard loans are available in the form of a lump sum and like a mortgage you can fix the interest rate for an agreed period.
This is called a Lombard loan, and it can be an ideal way to cover financial shortages without having to dispose of the investments.
So the Lombard loan is a credit designed to cover liquidity requirements by pledging your account balance and/or your securities in safekeeping.
For example, after the Bundesbank removed certain limits on Lombard loans and began to actively target the overnight interest rate, overnight market rates never rose above the ceiling.
As a private bank, the group's exposure to credit and market risks is minimal as the bulk of lending consists of secured Lombard loans and loans secured by residential property, while trading activities are generally undertaken on behalf of customers.
Moreover, Lombard loans with not less yields might be bought at the secondary market (for instance: My Banka3 (B3/a/a), Profmediaa1 (a/B+/a), LSR MBa1 (B2/a/B), LSR MBa2, Tatfondbank MBa1 (B2/a/a).