Asset backed security (ABS), structured like a collateralized bond obligation (CBO). Instead of being based on its bonds, it is based on a bank’s or a governmental agency’s portfolio of mortgage loans. Refer also to real estate mortgage investment conduit (REMIC).
What is COLLATERALIZED MORTGAGED OBLIGATION (CMO)?
- COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION (CLO)
- ARBITRAGE COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION
- COLLATERALIZED BOND OBLIGATION (CBO)
- COLLATERALIZED MORTGAGE OBLIGATION (CMO)
- CASH COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION
- SYNTHETIC COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION (CDO)
- MORAL OBLIGATION DEBT
- MORAL OBLIGATION BOND
- GENERAL OBLIGATION (GO) BOND
- GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND
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