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defeased debt


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11:48 Apr 4, 2001
English to German translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: defeased debt
Context is cross border lease transaction,
the sentence being:

The debt for the transaction will consist of 90% defeased debt and 10% non-defeased debt.
Anja Brito

Summary of answers provided
nagebundene u. nicht gebundene Schulden
Michaela Sommer
naannullierter Schuldtitel / annullierte Schuld
Alexander Schleber



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annullierter Schuldtitel / annullierte Schuld

defeasance = Annulierung according to Zahn, Bank und Börsenwesen.

Alexander Schleber
Local time: 09:52
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
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gebundene u. nicht gebundene Schulden

The setting aside by a borrower of cash or bonds sufficient to service the borrower's debt. Both the borrower's debt and the offsetting cash or bonds are removed from the balance sheet.
(see Yahoo!Financial Glossary -

to set aside

(com) beiseite legen, Reserven fpl bilden
(com) aufschieben (eg, plans)
(Re) annullieren, aufheben (eg, judgment; syn, rescind, quash)

to set aside an amount:
(com) Betrag m abzweigen (syn, earmark an amount)

to earmark:
an einen bestimmten Zweck binden

    see above website
    Schaefer Hyperbook Wirtschaftsenglisch
Michaela Sommer
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