Surety placed on a loan on behalf of the borrowing party by its parent firm or stockholder. By doing do, the parent company provides guarantee to the subsidiary firm’s lenders that the subsidiary will repay the loan. It requires the parent company to settle the loan should the subsidiary fail to pay.
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