Banking and Security Documents
When a loan is granted from a bank, they will often want some from of security against this. This means that if the borrower were to become insolvent, the bank can take possession of that asset to sell it and repay the loan with the proceeds. The bank may choose to take security over all assets or just specific ones.
There are several types of security interest that banks use. We can explain this in more detail and advise you on the most suitable options available for your requirements.
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