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Unlike most investors, the EIF doesn’t have to collateralize trades with cash or government bonds as it is seen as unlikely to default.
Jason Maloni, a spokesperson for Manafort, referred NBC News to his previous statements saying that Manafort's loans were over-collateralized and above-market rate.
The loan from Fortress is collateralized by Theranos’s patent portfolio and the deal grants Fortress warrants for 4% of the company’s equity, Ms. Holmes told investors in her email.
The records also show that many properties are cross-collateralized and financed by real estate speculators rather than traditional lenders.
The bonds AEG proposed the city borrow were fully collateralized by AEG, but sources tell Billboard there was always a concern that AEG's financial projections regarding were too optimistic and might not pan out.
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