GEM (Growing Equity Mortgage)

Business / Finance / GEM (Growing Equity Mortgage): Financial leverage.

Other Words for Equity

Equity Noun Synonyms: fairness, impartiality, even-handedness, justice, fair play, objectivity, disinterest, fair-mindedness, equitableness, open-mindedness, disinterestedness, neutrality, tolerance, judiciousness, right-mindedness, high-mindedness
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Other Words for Gem

Gem Verb Synonyms: ideal, quintessence, perfect example, pearl (of great price), marvel, flower, elite, cream, pick, nonpareil, treasure, prize, masterpiece, chef-d'oeuvre
Gem Noun Synonyms: gemstone, jewel, stone, precious or semiprecious stone
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Management Plan

Business / Real Estate / Management Plan: The financial and operational strategy for the ongoing management of a property. It is based on market analysis, a property analysis and the owners goals. MORE

Management Goals

Business / Finance / Management Goals: A set of conditions a business is striving to achieve. These may include requirements for debt/equity ratio, working capital, or dividend payments. See also covenants. MORE

Management Report

Life Style / Travel / Management Report: Data summary (from travel agencies, travel suppliers, and/or credit-card vendors) documenting usage patterns for air travel, hotel stays, or car rental. MORE

Management Services Organization (MSO)

Health / Health Insurance / Management Services Organization (MSO): An organization, owned by a hospital or a group of investors, that provides management and administrative support services to individual physicians or small group practices in order to relieve physici MORE

Management-Closely Held Shares

Business / Finance / Management-Closely Held Shares: Percentage of shares held by persons closely related to a company, as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Part of these percentages often are included in 'institutional holdings'--makin MORE

Management Fee

Business / Finance / Management Fee: An investment advisory fee charged by the financial adviser to a fund typically on the basis of the fund's average assets, but sometimes determined on a sliding scale that declines as the dollar amoun MORE

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