Matching the interest rate on a loan to the interest rate on the source of the funds that is loaned out. For instance, if a bank accepted $100,000 and agreed to pay 5% on that for five years, then the $100,000 would be loaned out at 5.25%. A securitization lender would often utilize match-rate funds.
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