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collateral

 [kŏ-lat´er-al]
1. secondary or accessory; not direct or immediate.
2. a small side branch, as of a blood vessel or nerve.

col·lat·er·al

(ko-lat'er-ăl),
1. Indirect, subsidiary, or accessory to the main thing; side by side.
2. A side branch or network of branches of a nerve axon or blood vessel.

collateral

adjective Referring to that which occurs in addition to a desired effect; is located adjacent to or on the radius of a circle; secondary; accessory.
 
Anatomy
noun A small blood vessel or nerve that supplies or innervates a particular region.
 
Chinese medicine
noun An energy channel subsidiary to a meridian, which contains acupressure points or acupoints.

collateral

adjective Referring to that which occurs in addition to a desired effect, is located adjacent to, or on the radius of a circle, secondary, or accessory. See Collateral damage.

col·lat·er·al

(kŏ-lat'ĕr-ăl)
1. Indirect, subsidiary, or accessory to the main thing; side by side.
2. A side branch of a nerve axon or blood vessel.

collateral

a minor side branch of a blood vessel or nerve.
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Obviously, no bank would ever issue a loan on the strength of collateral that it a must-return to the owner regardless of whether the borrower defaults.
However, the literature on relationship lending shows that the role of pledged collateral depends on the proximity between bank and borrower (Cerqueiro et al.
(2016) argue that contradictory empirical findings about the relationship between collateral pledging and loan risk arise from different data samples with different types and characteristics of collateral.
Because Comcast opposed confirmation, the bankruptcy court valued Comcast's collateral--principally the Affiliation Agreement--to determine whether the stream of payments proposed under the plan equaled the present value of Comcast's collateral. In doing so, the bankruptcy court based its valuation as of the bankruptcy petition date, relying on In re Stembridge, 394 F.3d 383 (5th Cir.
As a result, the court concluded that Comcast's collateral had no value.
For individual term notes issued under the GCMTN series a rating uplift over Barclays Banks' long-term debt rating may be warranted if the collateral is of sufficiently high quality.
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Movable collaterals now account for 45 percent of commercial lending in China, it added.
In our study, we investigated whether admission glucose is related to collateral development in STEMI patients.
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Similar to automated underwriting systems (AUS) or loan origination systems (LOS), Collateral Underwriter helps lenders make decisions concerning collateral but doesn't actually make those decisions itself.