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Financial terms in "Mergers and Acquisitions"

1. stock-for-asset reorganization

2. demerger

3. Horizontal Integration

4. consolidation phase

5. style drift

6. Golden Parachute

7. takeover stock

8. Black Knight

9. vertical acquisition

10. coinsurance effect

11. swap ratio

12. agglomeration

13. raider

14. material adverse change (MAC)

15. dividends-received deduction

16. creeping tender offer

17. in-process research and development

18. Cash Reserves

19. bulk sales escrow

20. Poison Pill

21. creeping takeover

22. Leveraged buyout

23. amalgamation

24. hostile tender offer

25. busted takeover

26. zombie

27. conversion ratio

28. board-out clause

29. paper offer

30. Takeover Bid

31. stock swap

32. diversification

33. financial buyer

34. self tender defense

35. Takeover Panel

36. commission recapture

37. letter of intent

38. Shark Repellent

39. corporate finance

40. restricted

41. dead hand provision on poison pill

42. bear hug

43. gray knight

44. Asset Stripping

45. equity method

46. Merger

47. street sweep

48. Accretion

49. Michael Milken

50. Private Market Value

51. consolidation

52. takeout value

53. mergers and acquisitions

54. controlled company

55. fairness opinion

56. Hostile takeover

57. qualifying transaction

58. cost synergy

59. management buyout

60. Targeted repurchase

61. conglomerate merger

62. lobster trap

63. statutory consolidation

64. takeover artist

65. Affiliate

66. Corporate Raider

67. Show stopper

68. Tender Offer

69. MBI

70. National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)

71. whitewash resolution

72. anti-takeover statute

73. Whitemail

74. horizontal merger

75. Pyramiding

76. Merger Arbitrage

77. breakup fee

78. divestment

79. in play

80. working capital initiative

81. envy ratio

82. City code on takeovers and mergers

83. bulk transfer

84. White Knight

85. negative goodwill

86. hostile bid

87. mezzanine debt

88. type B reorganization

89. Asset value

90. management buyin

91. final closing date

92. sandbag

93. purchase acquisition

94. backward integration

95. floating security

96. Grey Knight

97. Revlon rule

98. Buyout

99. institutional buyout

100. anti-takeover measure

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Collateralized Mortgage Obligation (CMO)

Categories: Finance,

CMOs are fixed-income investments backed by mortgages or pools of mortgages. A conventional mortgage-backed security has a single interest rate and maturity date. In contrast, the pool of mortgages in a CMO is divided into four tranches, each with a different interest rate and term. Owners of the first three tranches receive regular interest payments and principal is repaid to reflect the order in which the tranches mature. The fourth tranche is usually a deep-discount zero coupon bond on which interest accrues until maturity, when the full face value is repaid. CMOs usually involve high-quality mortgages or those guaranteed by the government. Their yield may be lower than those of other mortgage-backed investments.However, the way in which they are repaid makes them especially attractive to institutional investors including insurance companies and pension funds. The risk, as with all mortgage-backed securities, is that a change in interest rates can affect the rate of repayment and the market value of the CMO.

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