Covered Bond

A covered bond is a type of bond which is secured by collateral held as segregated assets. If bankruptcy or some other hazard prevents the bond issuer from repaying the bond principal, the collateral is used to settle the debt. Because covered bonds are guaranteed, they are more secure than regular bonds which bear the risk of issuer failure.

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