August 24, 2021—The combination of a rising stock market and low interest rates creates a unique opportunity to use leverage as part of your overall wealth plan. The rationale is you can borrow against your investments at a low rate and still have the opportunity to benefit from potential stock market appreciation. In today’s podcast, Wilmington Trust Regional Managing Director and Senior Private Banker Rhonda Pirvulescu explores the possible benefits of establishing a securities-based line of credit to fund certain expenses without disrupting your investment plan.
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Borrowing with securities as collateral involves certain risks and is not suitable for everyone. A complete assessment of your individual circumstances is needed when considering a securities-based loan. You should review both the Securities-Based Lending Program Credit, Security and Guaranty Agreement and the Disclosure, Waiver of Conflict of Interest, Acknowledgment and Release carefully with your legal and tax advisors. Also consider the following:
All securities and accounts are subject to eligibility requirements. Certain restrictions and terms and conditions apply. Tax deferred assets are not eligible. Financing real estate with a securities-based loan or line of credit carries risk and may not be appropriate for your needs. Securities held in a retirement account cannot be used as collateral to obtain a loan.
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