pari passu

pari passu
adverb or adjective Etymology: Latin, with equal step Date: 1567 at an equal rate or pace

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  • pari passu — A lending term meaning at an equal rate or pace. American Banker Glossary Refers to the equal ranking of securities. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary Occurs when securities with different characteristics ( e.g. shares with different entitlements to …   Financial and business terms

  • Pari-passu — A Latin phrase meaning “equal footing” that describes situations where two or more assets, securities, creditors or obligations are equally managed without any display of preference. An example of pari passu, occurs during bankruptcy… …   Investment dictionary

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