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Margin loan

A Loan from a Broker to a Client that essentially functions as a margin Account. The funds may be used for any purpose, and the Loan is secured with securities owned by the client.

Related Terms: 11 Account, Broker, Client, ECU, Fund, Lien, Loan, Margin, Margin account, Own, SEC
Other Related Pages: Category: Lending_and_Credit Starting With: M
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