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Bridge financing

Financing extended to a person, company, or other entity, using existing assets as Collateral in Order to acquire new Asset. Bridge financing is usually Short-term.

Related Terms: 9 Asset, Bridge financing, Collateral, Financing, FIN, Order, Short-term, Short, Term
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