Debt securityA security such as a bond or note with specified interest, representing a loan which is repayable at some future date.
Primitive securityPrimitive security
An instrument such as a stock or bond for which payments depend only on the financial status of the issuer.
Senior securitySenior security
A security that, in the event of bankruptcy, will be redeemed before any other securities.
Margin securityMargin security
A security that may be bought or sold in a margin account as defined in Regulation T.
Piece of paper that proves ownership of stocks, bonds, and other investments.
Additional security feeAdditional security fee
An up-front, one-off fee paid to the lender to protect against the borrower defaulting on the loan. This is usually charged on mortgages of more than 75% of the property value. Also known as Indemnity Guarantee Premium and Mortgage Indemnity Premium.
Further SuggestionsSocial Security Disability Income Insurance
social security disability income insurance
Security Market Line
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
mortgage backed security
Zero coupon convertible security
Security deposit (initial)
Security deposit (maintenance)
Tax exempt security
Supplemental Security Income
Credit linked security
Social Security benefits
Security market line
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
social security tax