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tranche

 (träNsh)
n.
1. A portion of a total, especially of a block of assets such as cash or securities: the riskiest tranche of the bond offering; money delivered in two tranches.
2. A cut or slice of meat: a tranche of sirloin.

[French, slice, tranche, from Old French trenche, slice, from trenchier, to slice, cut; see trench.]

tranche

(trɑːnʃ)
n
(Stock Exchange) a portion or instalment, esp of a loan or share issue
[from French, literally: a slice]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tranche - a portion of something (especially money)tranche - a portion of something (especially money)
share, percentage, portion, part - assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash"
Translations

tranche

[trɑːnʃ] Nparte f, tajada f

tranche

[ˈtrɑːnʃ] n
[shares, company] → tranche f
(= part) [funding] → tranche f

tranche

n (of shares, cash) → Tranche f
References in periodicals archive ?
Due to the high interest from institutional investors the order book for both tranches exceeded in aggregate EUR 4 bn.
Concurrently, RAM has revised the outlook on the ratings of Tranches A2, A3 and A4, from negative to stable, while maintaining the stable outlook on Tranches A1 and B.
The transaction has been structured to be completed in three tranches.
Those classes, or tranches are related securities that are offered at the same time but have different risk, reward, and/or maturity.
Fitch CMO market risk ratings on the universe of government agency- backed collateralized mortgage obligation (CMO) tranches are available on an annual subscription basis.
LONDON & CHICAGO & HONG KONG -- Fitch Ratings estimates that 32 corporate synthetic CDO tranches will default following the recent ISDA ruling which called a credit event on Ambac Assurance Corporation.
The funding to be offered in two identical tranches of $250 million each.
ART") announced the recent funding of a $59,300,000 loan that was financed in two tranches.
The cash flow score is more heavily weighted for short-duration (WAL less than 10 years) non-floater tranches than for long-duration or floating-rate securities, reflecting the relative impact of WAL variability on each category.
The Class A notes and the Class B notes represent the eighteenth and nineteenth publicly offered tranches of notes issued in the AdvantaSeries.
Funding will be offered in two identical tranches of $250 million each.
Tranches rated "V-1" exhibit relatively stable prices and cash flows, while tranches rated "V-10" can exhibit substantial volatility in response to changing interest rates.