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Off-balance-sheet financing
Off Balance Sheet (OBS) usually means an asset or Debt or financing activity not on the company's Balance Sheet.
    
Financing from sources other than Debt and Equity offerings, such as joint ventures, R&D partnerships, and operating leases. It could involve a lease or a separate Subsidiary or a contingent liability such as a letter of credit. It also involves loan commitments, futures, forwards and other derivatives, when-issued securities (famous in the US)[clarify] and loans sold.
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