Translation of collateral in Spanish:

collateral

Pronunciation: /kəˈlætərəl/

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • [Finance] (money) garantía (feminine), fianza (feminine); (property) garantía (feminine) real
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    • Because most of its hard assets, such as airplanes, already are pledged as loan collateral, the company has said that it will not seek additional investors at this time.
    • CMAs are also required to maintain inventories of each class and grade of grain at least equal to the quantity pledged as loan collateral.
    • By the stroke of a government pen and without having invested one single cent, the Larrakia now have a major asset to use as collateral for a bank loan.

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