interbank loan

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Noun1.interbank loan - a loan from one bank to another
bank loan - a loan made by a bank; to be repaid with interest on or before a fixed date
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7 policymakers at the Central Bank of Korea made the largely-anticipated decision to freeze the overnight inter-bank loan rate.
This meant that Anglo-Irish could categorise the money as a customer deposit, which is considered a more secure asset than an inter-bank loan by the markets.
The inter-bank loan guarantees will remain in force until 31 December 2009.
Habibie, who decided not to stand in the country's October presidential elections, did so because a local newspaper churlishly pointed out that his campaign would be payrolled by the $70 million proceeds of an inter-bank loan scam.
The market for inter-bank loan sales was virtually frozen during the third quarter due to the turmoil in the financial industry.
Anglo took EUR4billion of its own money and gave it to Irish Life and Permanent as an inter-bank loan.
Judge Nolan said none of the men had gained from the scheme and that there was no loss to the State or the banks as the inter-bank loans cancelled each other out.
A new form of securities, Negotiable Certificates of Deposit (NCDs), which allows banks to convert surplus deposits that they would otherwise deposit at the NBC for a negligible interest rate into securities that they can readily sell or use as collateral for inter-bank loans has been launched by the National Bank of Cambodia ( NBC).

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