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Reverse Swap

Reverse Swap Definition

Reverse Swap means a new swap that undoes the effects of an existing swap (exchange of assets, liabilities, currencies, securities, equity participations and commodities). For example, the exchange of a bond for another such that the investment position is reestablished to the investment position before an earlier swap. The reason why a reverse swap is used instead of simply canceling the original swap is to avoid negative tax or accounting implications. 







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