Eurocredit


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Related to Eurocredit: Eurocredit market, Foreign bond

eurocredit

(ˈjʊərəʊˌkrɛdɪt)
n
(Banking & Finance) banking a loan in which the currency of the loan is different from the national currency of the lending bank
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Eurocredit

[ˈjʊərəʊˌkredɪt] NEurocrédito m
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London: Moody's Investors Service has upgraded the ratings on the following notes issued by Eurocredit CDO V PLC:
Half of Romania's banking sector is owned by cash-strapped Austrian and Greek banks, such as Erste, Raiffeisen, Alpha Bank and Eurocredit. The country's national bank has called on foreign subsidiaries to raise their capital in Romania if their parent banks face troubles back home due to Greek exposure.
Areas of specialization include: "[T]he management of foreign-exchange transactions, foreign currency reserves, and lending within the international Eurocredit markets." Id.
In Chapter 8 (International Credit Information and Rankings), there are a host of sources that I've never used: EUROGATE, TELEINFORM 1, CREDITREFORM - ONLINE and EUROCREDIT. My bill for GlobalScan, ICC, and Dun & Bradstreet ought to decrease as I look for alternative (read, more reasonable) sources.
PLAUT, THE SHORT-TERM EUROCREDIT MARKET 4-5 (New York University Salomon Center Monograph Series in Finance & Economics ed.