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Guaranteed bond

A type of bond for which a firm other than the issuer guarantees its interest and principal payments.



Guaranteed bond

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Guaranteed trust

Guaranteed trust

Some unit trusts offer a floor price and guarantee their bid price will not be allowed to fall below that level. They also 'lock in' any growth achieved every few months.From an investor's point of view, this guarantee provides reassurance about the value of their investment. Even if the value of the trust's assets falls well below the floor, the bid price (the amount that an investor can sell his units for) will remain at the guaranteed level.


Guaranteed renewable policy insurance

Guaranteed renewable policy insurance

A type of insurance policy that requires the insurer to renew the policy to an individual regardless of health changes. No changes may be made to an individual policyholder unless the same change is applied to all policyholders.


Guaranteed insurability

Guaranteed insurability

A life and health insurance policy feature that enables the insured to add coverage at future times and at fixed and agreed-upon rates regardless of health conditions.


Guaranteed death benefit

Guaranteed death benefit

A life policy in which there is a minimum sum payable on the death of the life assured.


Guaranteed replacement cost coverage insurance

Guaranteed replacement cost coverage insurance

A policy that covers the full cost of replacing damaged property without any allowances or deductions, e.g., depreciation.


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