Nonrecourse loan

Definition:

A loan for which no partner or related person bears the economic risk of loss. For example, if a partnership fails to repay a nonrecourse loan, the lender has no recourse against any partner except to foreclose of the assets used to secure the loan.

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Good-this-Month order (GTM)

An order to buy or sell securities that continues to be a valid order until the end of the current month.

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