margin lending

margin lending
England, Wales

Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. . 2010.

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  • margin lending — /madʒən ˈlɛndɪŋ/ (say mahjuhn lending) noun Finance the provision of margin loans …  

  • margin — mar·gin / mär jən/ n 1: the difference between net sales and the cost of the merchandise sold from which expenses are usu. met or profits derived 2: the amount by which the market value of collateral is greater than the face value of a loan 3 a:… …   Law dictionary

  • margin loan — England, Wales A loan (which is often combined with a borrower s own money) to buy shares or units in managed funds. Typically, the loan will be secured by cash or shares approved by the lender. The lender agrees to lend up to a certain limit… …   Law dictionary

  • margin — /mahr jin/, n. 1. the space around the printed or written matter on a page. 2. an amount allowed or available beyond what is actually necessary: to allow a margin for error. 3. a limit in condition, capacity, etc., beyond or below which something …   Universalium

  • lending margin — / lendɪŋ ˌmɑ:dʒɪn/ noun an agreed spread (based on the LIBOR) for lending …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • lending securities — securities borrowed from a broker s inventory, from another customer s margin account, or from another broker, when a customer is required to deliver on a short sale. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • Lending Margin —    The fixed spread that borrowers agree to pay above an agreed base rate for calculating interest. The base, or reference rate, may be a rate such as London Interbank Offered Rate.    ► See LIBOR …   Financial and business terms

  • securities lending — The temporary transfer of securities from an investor s portfolio to a counterparty borrower. The counterparty may borrow to cover securities transaction fails (securities sold but for some reason unavailable for delivery to the buyers), short… …   Financial and business terms

  • Net interest margin — (NIM) is a measure of the difference between the interest income generated by banks or other financial institutions and the amount of interest paid out to their lenders(for example, deposits), relative to the amount of their (interest earning)… …   Wikipedia

  • Reset Margin — The difference between the interest rate of a security and the index on which the security s interest rate is based. The reset margin will be positive, as it is always added to the underlying index. This feature is most common with a floating… …   Investment dictionary

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