Credit foncier

Cre`dit´ fon`cier´


1.A company licensed for the purpose of carrying out improvements, by means of loans and advances upon real securities.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The 5% breakeven overcollateralisation (OC) for the 'AA+' OF-rating is unchanged and is set at the minimum legal OC level for Societe de Credit Foncier (SCF) programmes in France.
Amen Bank was founded in 1971 as Credit Foncier et Commercial de Tunisie.
L'analyse se trouve ici nourrie des conclusions que l'auteur a pu former par sa participation a deux projets entrepris sous l'egide de l'Agence canadienne de developpement international, l'un portant sur le credit foncier en Egypte (une initiative commune avec la Banque mondiale) (3), l'autre sur l'urbanisme, l'habitat et le credit foncier en Republique democratique du Congo (4).
BNP Paribas acted as the agent for a group consisting of Banque Europeenne du Credit Mutuel; BNP Paribas; Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank; Credit Agricole Mutuel de Paris et d'Ile-de-France; Credit Foncier de France; HSBC France; Natixis; and Societe Generale.
Credit Foncier de France's (CFF) long-term debt and deposit ratings at A2
24 February 2012 - Compagnie de Financement Foncier, a unit of French mortgage specialist Credit Foncier de France (CFF), on Thursday upsized by EUR100m (USD133m) its bond maturing in 2055.
Fire fighters cut through tubing to remove the rotten corpse at the branch of Credit Foncier in Lyon, south-east France.
This was established in Credit Foncier Franco-Canadien v Bennett when the defect lay in the instrument creating the charge.
Many French banks are threatened with a downgrade of their credit rating, among which BNP Paribas, BPCE (parent company of Credit Foncier), Societe Generale, BRED-Banque Populaire, Credit foncier de France, Credit lyonnais, Credit Agricole and regional banks.
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the Ile-de-France and Paris transport companies (STIF and RATP) and entities of the French banking group BPCE (Caisse d'Epargne Ile-de-France, Caisse d'Epargne Rhone Alpes, Credit Foncier de France, Natixis and Ingepar) signed, on 7 November, a 378 million leasing contract to finance the new Ile-de-France tramways (lines T3, T5, T6, T7 and T8).