SECURED LIABILITY Definition

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SECURED LIABILITY is a liability that has a degree of protection towards satisfaction if unpaid because the debtor has pledged personal/company assets towards satisfaction of that liability; e.g., a property mortgage is a secured liability because the mortgage holder has a guarantee through a lien on the property.

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INVESTMENT TRUST is a company that invests a fixed amount of money in a variety of stocks and shares as a way of spreading risk. Investment trusts have fixed capital, unlike unit trusts, which can create or redeem units in response to demand.

INVENTORY LOAN is a loan that is extended based upon the, usually, discounted / factored value of a business inventory.

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