Back-to-Back Swap(redirected from Back-to-Back Swaps)
A swap that reverses the terms of a previously agreed-upon swap. For example, the fixed rate payer in the first swap becomes the floating rate payer in the second swap. This eliminates the need for the two parties to pay each other, since each owes the other the same amount. It is sometimes used in lieu of simply canceling a swap.
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