prefinance

prefinance

(ˌpriːfɪˈnæns; priːˈfaɪnæns)
vb (tr)
(Banking & Finance) to make financial arrangements in advance
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Essentially, venture capitalists today prefinance the early-stage development for pharma companies.
The farm is supplemented by a network of 'outgrowers', smallholder rice farmers whom Olam supports with training, prefinance, fertiliser and seeds.
Global head of oil at Glencore, Alex Beard, said his firm had already had substantial dialogue with Iran, including "conversations with NIOC about prefinance and we continue to talk to find the right terms and conditions for both sides.
Other government efforts to reduce the preexisting unfunded pension liabilities in Australia include the establishment of specific funds to prefinance future liabilities (such as "The Future Fund" by the Commonwealth government), and legislating regular contributions to target a gradual fall in liabilities.
Because of that exclusivity ban, Canal Plus' film acquisition topper Manuel Alduy told Variety that "(CanalPlay Infinity) won't prefinance any content and invest significantly if we can't have a window of exclusivity.
To the extent possible, such countries should seek to prefinance these needs now so that a costly and abrupt cut in government and private- sector spending can be avoided," the report said.
He suggests there's not enough money available at reasonable rates to prefinance orders.
Insurance allows us, individually and on a macro level as a government, to prefund or prefinance what we know will be future disaster liabilities.
Having ties with international drug networks, the local drug traffickers prefinance opium production by providing all the farmers' needs for the following year.
We speak to fair-trade businesses and customers in Africa, Central and Latin America every day, discussing prefinance loans and other lending options.
Mills found themselves unable not only to pay their own loans but also to secure credit lines to prefinance growers.