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verb[WITH OBJECT]often as adjective securitized
Convert (an asset, especially a loan) into marketable securities, typically for the purpose of raising cash by selling them to other investors:‘the use of securitized debt as a major source of corporate finance’
- ‘And much of the debt has been securitized into income shares sold to the public which has no knowledge of what they bought.’
- ‘Additionally, many asset-backed conduits purchase financial assets already securitized by other funding corporations.’
- ‘Capital One is just one of many credit card issuers that securitize loans.’
- ‘As more companies securitize their assets, the arguments become even more bitter.’
- ‘So instead of carrying a letter of credit on a balance sheet, a creditor will securitize it and sell it on the open market.’
- ‘You can also securitize the projected cash flows, as noted finance theorist Robert Merton has recommended.’
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