dug, dugovanje
amortisation of debt otplata duga
bad debt sumnjiva i sporna (ili nenaplativa) potraћivanja
bad debt insurance osiguranje protiv nenaplativih potraћivanja
bad debt loss gubitak zbog nenaplaćenih potraћivanja
bonded debt obvezani dug (dug poduzeća koji je u obliku obveznica)
book debt knjigovodstveni dug
cancellation of debt brisanje duga
consolidate the short-term debt konsolidacija kratkoročnoga duga
conversion of debt konverzija duga
debt amortisation otplata duga
debt book-entry system (elektronički) sustav knjiћenja duћničkih vrijednosnih papira
debt capacity sposobnost zaduћivanja
debt capital tuđi kapital
debt conversion konverzija duga
debt coverage ratio pokazatelj pokrivenosti duga
debt financing financiranje dugom/zaduћivanjem
debt holders vs. equity holders vjerovnici nasuprot dioničarima
debt instrument duћnički instrument
debt limit granica duga/zaduћivanja (obično kod drћavnoga duga)
debt options opcije zaduћivanja (mogućnosti pri zaduћivanju)
debt ratio (gearing) pokazatelj zaduћenosti (odnos obveza i ukupne imovine)
debt repudiation odbijanje otplate duga (jednostrano odbijanje otplate duga)
debt securities market trћiљte duћničkih vrijednosnih papira
debt securities ranking pari passu duћnički vrijednosni papiri serije koja ima ista prava i privilegije kao i vrijednosni papiri druge serije
debt securities duћnički vrijednosni papiri
debt service otplata duga
debt sustainability odrћivost duga
debt/debt swap zamjena duga za dug
debt/equity swap zamjena duga glavnicom
debt-recovery naplata/povrat duga
debt-recovery procedure postupak naplate duga
debt-service ratio pokazatelj otplate duga (omjer otplate i ukupnoga duga), stopa otplate duga
debt-to-equity ratio omjer duga i (dioničkoga) kapitala
debt-to-net-worth ratio omjer duga i neto vrijednosti
equity holders vs. debt holders dioničari nasuprot vjerovnicima
evidence of debt dokaz o dugu, isprava o dugu (koja dokazuje duћničko-vjerovnički odnos)
external debt inozemni dug
financing with debt financiranje dugom/zaduћivanjem
floating debt promjenjivi dug
funded debt (namjenski) refinancirani dug
government debt drћavni/javni dug
gross debt bruto dug
gross debt at nominal value bruto dug u nominalnoj vrijednosti
internal debt unutarnji dug
junior subordinated debt mlađi podređeni dug
long-term debt dugoročni dug
maturity of debt dospijeće duga
mortgage debt hipotekarni dug
national debt drћavni dug
private debt privatni dug
public debt javni dug
short-term debt kratkoročni dug
state debt drћavni dug
subordinated debt podređeni dug
total gross debt ukupni bruto dug
unfunded debt nepokriveni zajam, nepokrivena obveza

Englesko-Hrvatski Glosar bankarstva, osiguranja i ostalih financijskih usluga. 2013.


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