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Collateralised Debt Obligation (CDO)

A structure used to distribute risk to investors through tranching a portfolio of credits and issuing notes or swaps of different risk profiles to investors. The risk of the tranche is determined by an attachment point and a detachment point. Riskier tranches will earn the investor a higher Premium to reflect the higher risk. The CDO portfolio can be static or managed depending on the specific terms of the transaction. CDO notes will typically be issued to the investor by a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV).

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