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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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In the group of asymptomatic patients, the complete CoW was observed in 75% (75) of patients, while the disruption of anterior or ipsilateral posterior collateralization was found in 25% (25) of patients.
The Global Financial Crisis highlighted the importance of bilateral counterparty risk and collateralization for over-the-counter markets, spurring a number of responses (e.g., ISDA, 2009; Brigo and Capponi, 2009; Assefa et al., 2010; Brigo, Pallavicini, and Papatheodorou, 2011; Brigo, Capponi, and Pallavicini, 2014).
In our cases, we have seen that right pulmonary artery was small which led to decreased pulmonary arterial pressure and bronchial collateralization. Parenchymal abnormalities were subtle and rupture of thin walled fragile bronchial collaterals was the cause of hemoptysis.
With that said, an "adjusted" maximum loss value reflecting the effects of collateralization and hedging is acceptable as long as it does not take the place of the true MLV.
Reducing the collateralization requirement would result in an infusion of capital into the state's financial system and its economy.
These have focused on risk-based collateralization requirements and a mutual recognition framework permitting U.S.-licensed reinsurers and non-U.S, reinsurers to provide reinsurance throughout the United States under the supervision of a single "home state" or "port of entry" supervisor.
The recent discussion over reinsurance collateralization illustrates this problem.
The balance of $452,000 would have to be a combination of owner financing and collateralization with the buyer's personal assets.
Proponents of commodity investing recommend full collateralization of contracts.
While recognizing the need to move toward transparency and applauding the more balanced, consistent and risk-sensitive capital framework inherent in the committee's work, the Appraisal Institute letter expressed concern over the Accord's weighting system, which singles out real estate, requiring a much higher risk weighting for collateralization, especially in regards to commercial real estate.
This shift in policy toward collateralization to secure daylight overdrafts may provide additional benefits in light of the events of Sept.
In a subsequent study designed to examine the stimulation of new blood flow in the ischemic heart of Yorkshire miniswine, the effects of single treatment of nicotine using the ameroid constrictor model demonstrated significant evidence of angiogenesis, showing DNA synthesis indicative of dividing endothelial and smooth muscle cells and compensatory vessel collateralization using various staining methods.