lendable


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lend·a·ble

 (lĕn′də-bəl)
adj.
Available for lending: lendable funds; lendable resources.

lendable

(ˈlɛndəbəl)
adj
available for lending
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lendable - available for lending; "lendable resources"
available - obtainable or accessible and ready for use or service; "kept a fire extinguisher available"; "much information is available through computers"; "available in many colors"; "the list of available candidates is unusually long"
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We provide stable counterparty strength, extensive access to lendable securities, alternative sources of finance, dedicated client service, robust reporting tools, global execution and custodial solutions through the integrated platform of BNY Mellon.
In 2014, net inflow of lendable funds reached[euro] 81.
Since banks are compelled to provide 5 per cent of total lendable resources only to SMEs, these institutions will be more aggressive in funding these small units, which will help eliminate certain barriers in getting loans at competitive rates.
One reason for this crisis avoidance was the expanded role played by the IMF which, in addition to increasing its lendable resources, was seen as ready to support countries facing financial turmoil.
This cannot apply to the local studies, as the records it holds are not lendable.
Chidambaram said that the lendable resources of the World Bank today are about USD 14 billion a year, and added that this will decline to about USD 12 billion a year, if nothing is done.
As a reaction to the article, the Minister of Culture said unexpectedly that items with copyrights that are owned by the state must be freely lendable in libraries.
The news sparked a wave of short covering on the stock, which, as of Thursday, had 28% of lendable stock out on loan according to Markit data - the fourth highest utilisation rate in the FTSE 100 andten times more than the index average.
It was even worse for credit unions because we didn't have a Federal Reserve to back us up when lendable funds dried up.
Under this previous rule, the London-based wing of the state-run IIFCL was able to offer its lendable resources 80% to public private partnerships (PPP) ventures and the residual part to the private projects.
If this is the logic that Reserve Bank follows, then in its next monetary policy review on January 24, it would refrain from cutting its policy rates or even lowering the cash reserve ratio requirements of banks to free up their lendable resources.
The lendable value for these assets differs according to the central bank to which they are pledged.