Collateral (finance)


Collateral (finance)

Collatéral (finance)

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Un collatéral est un actif transférable ou une garantie apportée, servant de gage au remboursement d'un prêt dans le cas où le bénéficiaire de ce dernier ne pourrait pas satisfaire ses obligations de paiement.

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