- finance Initialism of collateralized debt obligation.
“However, prior to 2008 I had never heard of the terms CDO's and CDS's which became a huge part of the disaster.”
“In some cases, they removed the word CDO from the product; other times they added the words "education" or "student loan," he said.”
“This was published in 1995, before the word CDO had it's own shelf in the Harvard Co-op.”
“A CDO is a security backed by a pool of bonds, loans or other assets.”
“The email -- in which Montag refers to a CDO Goldman sold its clients as "one shitty deal" -- was made infamous by Senator Carl Levin during a tense congressional hearing in April 2010.”
“A CDO is a type of derivative product whose value and payments are derived from an underlying portfolio, often bonds or mortgages.”
“Such dummy assets were in a $1.6 billion collateralized debt obligation, or CDO, that is the focus of an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.”
“The lead underwriter of the CDO was a unit of Japan's Mizuho Financial Group Inc. The SEC also is trying to determine if S&P overrode its own internal controls when it continued to assign the deal its highest rating after the actual assets were traded into the deal, these people said.”
“A CDO is an investment backed by a pool of mortgage bonds, loans or other assets.”
“Are you really going to be surprised when emails to/from IKB surface calling the CDO the “Paulson porfolio?””
These user-created lists contain the word ‘CDO’.
Buzzwords of our time
more stuff Ive collected
they put in 200 items and reckon
thats an update ,so what do
lexicographers do? Take long
lunches is my theory
Looking for tweets for CDO.