Glossary of Municipal Securities Terms

SELF-LIQUIDITY

A term used in connection with variable rate bond financings whereby the issuer or conduit borrower agrees to repurchase with its own capital bonds that have been tendered but not yet remarketed without procuring a third-party liquidity facility. In this instance, the issuer or conduit borrower uses its own funds to purchase securities. Compare: LIQUIDITY FACILITY.

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