Hypothecated Deposit

A hypothecated deposit is the aggregation of periodic payments on an installment contract received by a reporting institution in a state in which, under law, such payments are not immediately used to reduce the unpaid balance of the installment note, but are accumulated until the sum of the payments equals the entire amount of principal and interest on the contract, at which time the loan is considered paid in full. For purposes of these reports, hypothecated deposits are to be netted against the related loans.
Deposits that simply serve as collateral for loans are not considered hypothecated deposits for purposes of these reports.
See also “deposits.”


reference: FFIEC