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17:34 Sep 24, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: garantía adecuada
Loans and Financing. Example: En ningún caso, la garantía adecuada podrá tener un valor inferior al ciento cuarenta por ciento de la obligación garantizada... obligaciones caucionadas por garantías adecuadas admitidas como tales por la Superintendencia.
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Summary of answers provided
naaadams tiene el razön aquï .......la palabra que estäs buscando es collateralMegdalina
nasecurity, collateral, cover
Yolanda Broad
naadequate securityDaphne Corral
naproper guarantee or collateral
Luz Bordenkircher
naadequate guarantee
Mats Wiman
nacollateralAlvin Adams, Jr
naadequate guarantee
Judy Rojas


  

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5 mins
adequate guarantee


Explanation:
Under no circumstances shall the adequate guarantee be equal to less than one hundred percent of the guaranteed obligation...

Judy Rojas
Chile
Local time: 07:57
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7 mins
adequate guarantee


Explanation:
The adequate guarantee can under no circumstances have a value...


    MMI
Mats Wiman
Sweden
Local time: 11:57
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25 mins
collateral


Explanation:
The standard English term for money, securities, or goods used to guarantee a loan is "Collateral". How about "Under no circumstances shall the collateral have a value of less than 100% of the guaranteed obligation...."

See the bilingiual website below.
Good luck!!
AA


    Reference: http://www.aeca.es/pub/refc/5refc95.html
Alvin Adams, Jr
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1 hr
proper guarantee or collateral


Explanation:
guarantees or collaterals are issued according to the need or whatever they have to back up, that is why the Spanish says "garantía adecuada"

Good Luck

Luz Bordenkircher
Local time: 05:57
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1 hr
adequate security


Explanation:
Good luck!

Daphne Corral
Local time: 07:57
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6 hrs
aadams tiene el razön aquï .......la palabra que estäs buscando es collateral


Explanation:
¡Suerte!

Megdalina
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12 hrs
security, collateral, cover


Explanation:
Just got back from the ATA, where I got to attend three **brilliant**, well-taught and informative lectures by Silvana Debonis, on the translation of financial instruments. The translation of "garantía" in finances is tricky. In this case, you have bonds that are being used as *security* for a loan, that is, they actually are being dedicated or pledged as partial, potential repayment of the lean. *Collateral* or *cover*, on the other hand, is a demonstration that you have adequate funds in your possession to cover a loan, should the need arise. I am also referencing for you, below, a business dictionary I just picked up, and that has a lot of coverage of financial terms.


    Silvana T. Debonis
    Business Spanish Dictionary, SP<>EN, Peter Collin Publishing
Yolanda Broad
United States
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