PARI PASSU is to do or apply something at an equal pace or rate. In finance, it is used in reference to two classes of securities or obligations that have equal entitlement to payment.
SETTLEMENT, in securities, is the conclusion of a securities transaction; a broker/dealer buying securities pays for them; a selling broker delivers the securities to the buyer's broker.
ALLOWANCE FOR UNCOLLECTIBLE ACCOUNTS see ALLOWANCE FOR BAD DEBTS.
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