UNDERWATER Definition

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UNDERWATER, in securities, is securities held in a portfolio with an unrealized market loss. Selling them would mean real­izing the loss and, according to statutory accounting, a reduction in policyholders' surplus.

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2-WAY MATCHING is the comparison of relevant voucher to purchase order.

CONDENSED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS are presented in considerably less detail than complete financial statements.

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