Definitions for unsecured
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word unsecured
unbarred, unbolted, unlatched, unlocked, unsecured(adj)
not firmly fastened or secured
"an unbarred door"; "went through the unlatched gate into the street"; "an unlocked room"
without financial security
"an unsecured note"
Not secured; not fastened; not attached.
Of a loan or guarantee, without collateral.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
As issuers have replaced debt ahead of the unsecureds, that has crammed the recovery on those unsecured bonds - and spreads have widened.
We are seeing more exotic financing transactions... notably the swapping of unsecured notes for second-lien and third-lien secured indebtedness.
I am pleased that today we are in a position where former customers and secured general claimants are fully satisfied and unsecured general creditors are now about to recover a substantial majority of their claims.
In the past these energy companies were able to issue unsecured bonds with very loose terms on the incurrence of secured debt, denbury is an example of investors pushing back to make sure that when they are told they are moving up in the capital structure their position is protected.
I believe that it would be appropriate for him to ask for the DOD Inspector General's assessment that no classified material was transmitted over unsecured channels, it would be prudent for this assessment to extend to Secretary Carter time as Deputy Secretary of Defense as well. Congress should be briefed on the results. Secretary Carter, speaking with reporters during a visit to Iraq, acknowledged Secretary Carter was warned by a lot of people and called the practice a mistake.
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