collateral transaction
In the ESES context, any transaction entered into between a Settlement Bank and a Central Bank where the Settlement Bank sells securities to the Central Bank against a purchase price and both parties irrevocably agree that the Settlement Bank will repurchase the same number of securities from the Central Bank against the same purchase price.

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