A retirement operation, also known as a repo loan, is a short-term fundraising instrument. In the case of a repo transaction, financial institutions essentially sell securities to someone else, usually to a government, as part of an overnight transaction and agree to buy them back later at a higher price. The warranty serves as a guarantee to the buyer until the seller can reimburse the buyer and the buyer earns interest in exchange. As in many other corners of finance, pensions include terminology that is not common elsewhere. One of the most common terms in the repo area is “leg”. There are different types of legs: for example, the part of the retirement transaction in which the security is originally sold is sometimes referred to as the “starting leg”, while the next redemption is the “narrow part”. These terms are sometimes used against “close leg” or “close leg”. “distant leg” replaced. However, these are very short-term transactions with a buy-back guarantee.