(CDO) A COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION that is created on a funded basis through the use of actual DEBT securities rather than CREDIT DERIVATIVE contracts. A cash CDO may be structured as a BALANCE SHEET CDO or an ARBITRAGE CDO, and may be managed statically or dynamically. See also SYNTHETIC COLLATERALIZED DEBTOBLIGATION.
What is CASH COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION?
- ARBITRAGE COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION
- SYNTHETIC COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION (CDO)
- COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION (CLO)
- COLLATERALIZED MORTGAGED OBLIGATION (CMO)
- COLLATERALIZED BOND OBLIGATION (CBO)
- COLLATERALIZED MORTGAGE OBLIGATION (CMO)
- MORAL OBLIGATION DEBT
- LONG TERM DEBT
- DEBT LOAD
- AFFIRMATIVE OBLIGATION
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