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Collateralize

To offer an asset as a surety that a debt will be repaid. The asset may be kept by the lender until the debt is repaid, or the borrower may maintain possession with the proviso that the lender may take possession of the borrower defaults. For example, one collateralizes a mortgage loan with the real estate one purchases with the loan. If the loan is not repaid, the lender has the right to seize the real estate in question. See also: Lien.

collateralize

To pledge an asset as security for a loan. A loan to a broker is collateralized by pledging securities.
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The collateralisation of tangible assets is fairly common phenomenon prevalent around the world.
Unfortunately, Pakistani law does not cover IP assets under the scope of collateralisation. However certain amendments in the existing legislation can operate the function of IP collaterisation.
There is an extensive collateralisation between the internal iliac artery and branches of the common and profunda femoral arteries.
The main body of the internal iliac artery was adequately patent with good collateralisation to the femoral arteries (Fig.
Limb salvage was possible owing to extensive collateralisation between the internal iliac and femoral vessels.
Other types of bonds were therefore accepted as collateral in Norges Bank when the requirement for full collateralisation was introduced in 1999.
The most important changes they introduce are that i) Norges Bank will calculate banks' borrowing facilities on the basis of market value, ii) haircut rates for securities have been reduced, iii) rating requirements for Norwegian corporate bonds have been introduced, iv) a minimum-volume requirement has been introduced for bonds issued by Norwegian banks and mortgage companies owned by Norwegian banks, and v) further provision has been made for collateralisation of asset-backed bonds.
A similar requirement has applied in earlier periods, but in 1965 collateralisation requirements were relaxed.
"It's also clear that a renewed focus on robust risk management practices -- including netting, collateralisation, clearing and portfolio compression -- is helping to increase the safety and efficiency of OTC derivatives markets."
Collateralisation form of participation: by bank transfer (form A) or an instrument of guarantee issued under the law by a banking company or an insurance company were the OP ROMATSA account 0085 0441 8223 RO93 RNCB 0013 - BCR, WTC.
Treasury account for the collateralisation of participation in economic operators who opt for the collateralisation form of bank transfer: RO37TREZ7065006XXX009164 open to the Treasury Sector 6, Bucharest performance bond amount is expressed as a percentage of 5% of the wave.
Collateralisation form of participation: participation guarantee shall be constituted in accordance with Art.