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A financial instrument with a payoff that depends on a specified event occurring is most accurately described as:

A a contingent claim.

Contingent claims are contracts with payoffs that depend on a specified event occurring. Options and credit default swaps are examples of contingent claims, but neither of these terms describes all contingent claims.

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