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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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.
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.
The financial sector is the fifth with 85.7bln AMD (66.7bln AMD being inter-bank loans), which is 0.9% more than in Nov

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