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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There is wisdom in using big data to determine lendable people rather than treating every customer as a suspect who will default.
Of course, higher competition for deposits will limit lendable funds.
Arnesen has been with BNP Paribas for seven years, contributing to the rapid growth of the agency business both in terms of revenue generation and growth in lendable assets.
By this action, banks were freed with liquid funds approximately to the tune of RO400mn increasing the lendable resources of the banks in Oman.
There was a time when certain properties could not be approved for a USDA loan due to urban zoning, those zones have been eliminated in Chelan and Douglas County since about three years ago, so almost every home is USDA lendable.
53) Some lenders find lendable funds from individuals willing to take risks and provide credit, while others look to banks or other institutional investors.
Pershing Prime Services, the New Model Prime Broker, delivers a comprehensive suite of prime brokerage solutions, providing 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.
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.
Libraries can set up an account so patrons can access Total BooX's collection, and the libraries will be charged for the pages that patrons actually read instead of paying for a collection of lendable ebooks at full price.
This cannot apply to the local studies, as the records it holds are not lendable.