collateralized mortgage obligation

Definition of "collateralized mortgage obligation"
  1. A type of bond that is backed by a collection of home loans or other mortgage-related assets and is owed in accordance with the set repayment schedule of its classification rather than directly from the initial loans. This term can also be abbreviated as CMO
How to use "collateralized mortgage obligation" in a sentence
  1. The bank decided to invest in a collateralized mortgage obligation as a part of their diversified portfolio.
  2. Investors were drawn to the collateralized mortgage obligation due to its unique structure and potential for returns.
  3. The financial advisor explained the risks and benefits of investing in a collateralized mortgage obligation.

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