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Collateral vs Security   Collateral refers to any asset that is pledged to the bank by the borrower when taking out a loan; which the bank uses to recover losses in the event that the borrower defaults on his loan. Collateral can refer to any type of asset with value such as land, buildings (houses), cars,... 
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Collateral vs Mortgage   Mortgages and collateral are terms that are closely related to one another and are constantly referred to when discussing loans and lending. Collateral acts as an insurance policy for lenders which can be sold to recover losses when a borrower defaults on their loan. Mortgage is a... 
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Bankruptcy vs Foreclosure   An individual burdened with higher debt levels and a shortage of funds to repay debts maybe faced with bankruptcy or foreclosure. They are different from each other, because the implications to the defaulting party of either are very different. However, many people get easily confused... 
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Banking vs Investment Banking Banking is one of the most closely regulated sectors in an economy that is also largely responsible for the country’s financial health and economic growth. Banking over the years has evolved to suit different purposes, and investment banking is one such formation to suit investment... 
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Equity vs Debt Financing Any firm, planning of starting up a new business or expanding into new business ventures, require adequate capital to do so. This is the point at which the company’s top managers are faced with a decision on their hands, as to whether they should go forward and obtain equity capital or... 
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Pawning vs Selling We all know about selling as we have ourselves sold one or more of our items, whether or not we are into retailing or wholesale. This is because all our life we are buying items from the market or the malls and know very well what selling entails. There is another arrangement similar to selling... 
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Loan vs Mortgage Loans can be secured as well as unsecured and they can be for short as well as long durations. The word mortgage only reflects that the loan is secured and the lender has a property as collateral against the sum of money it has given to the borrower. In case of non payment or default by the borrower,... 
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Debenture vs Loan When a company needs a large amount of money for its expansion, there are many ways to raise capital for the purpose. One of these financial tools is called debentures. This is a way of inviting general public to subscribe to its offer of attractive rates of interest on the certificates issued... 
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