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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of securitise.


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  • Banks became global borrowers: many banks started packaging lots of mortgages up into bundles and selling them mainly to other banks - what the experts call securitised credit.

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  • Labour, which established the Department for International Development to ensure overseas projects are funded on the basis of a country's needs, warned tonight that Britain's aid budget was being "securitised".

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  • Rather they structured them into pools, "securitised" those pools, and sold these securities for a fee to institutional investors and portfolio managers.

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  • Did the financial community slide away from worrying enough about risk in a mad rush to generate more profits from leveraging more debt via dodgy "securitised" assets (a new oxymoron?) and other funny bits of paper?

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  • Residential real estate, commercial real estate, and virtually any kind of securitised or collateralised loan book is probably worth less now than it was this time last year.

    The Daily Reckoning Australia

  • To get back to the point, the government is bust, the main world's private banks have feverishly bought themselves into virtual bankruptcy by queuing for 15 years to buy each others "securitised" pigs-in-pokes, Gordon Brown is printing money …. and then they all go and spend it on what?

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  • Why had nobody asked 'What happens if the wholesale money market dries up?' or 'What happens if American borrowers cannot keep up with their mortgage payments?' or 'What if the banks do not understand what is inside these "securitised" packages they are investing in?'

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  • The left and organised labour collapsed as intellectual, social and political forces; there was no conviction that any alternative to this shareholder value-driven, financial, 'securitised' capitalism existed, or any political muscle to support it even if there were.

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  • These notions were then repackaged, "securitised", with good debt and bad bundled together like a job lot of tat in a car-boot sale.


  • To get money to continue lending, retail banks in the US, advised by the big boys on Wall St, "securitised" their mortgage books. News


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