Blanket Bond

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DEFINITION of 'Blanket Bond'

Insurance coverage carried by brokerages, investment bankers, and other financial institutions to protect them against losses due to employee dishonesty.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Blanket Bond'

Examples of things that a blanket bond might cover are forged checks, counterfeit currency, fraudulent trading, and property damage.

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