accounts payable

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Noun1.accounts payable - a debtor's accounts of money he owesaccounts payable - a debtor's accounts of money he owes; normally arise from the purchase of products or services
liabilities - anything that is owed to someone else
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accounts payable

n (Fin) → Verbindlichkeiten pl
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One of the criticisms of the program is that investors have little incentive to trade debt among themselves.
The recoverability and accuracy of the trade debt is therefore not in doubt as reported.
The trade debt adds up to PS197,000 with it "highly unlikely" any of this will be repaid.
The growth and expansion of a salt manufacturer and distributor, for example, originally had been funded, in large part, through the use of business credit card debt as well as trade debt. In securing an SBA 7A loan, the company was able to consolidate all of its existing business debt, for a term of 10 years.
Harper Cross did succeed in recovering the trade debt of around PS8,000 owed to Clare Ashbrook's Derbyshire building supply business - but did not forward the money.
We focus on the case of Spain, a country in which a number of policy reforms were implemented to cope with increasing regional and local government payment periods and trade debt. Most noticeably, over 2012-2014 the Spanish central government approved various extraordinary mechanisms for the payment of local and regional government suppliers which have significantly reduced the stock of trade debt and the average supplier payment period of these levels of government.
"As the trade debt of the company's ultimate customer base is not recorded within this statutory entity, there is no risk of bad debt to the company from any ultimate insolvency of an existing customer," it continued.
Preqin reports that 72% of alternative mutual funds trade equities, 50% trade debt, and 37% each trade futures contracts and options.
Speaking at the survey launch, ISME chief Mark Fielding stated: "Once again the our figures show how Irish SMEs are being abused by their big business customers and recent ECB SAFE figures also confirm that big business in Ireland extract more credit from trade debt than any other EU country.
MPS can avoid sight payment and can convert bank debt into trade debt. Both exporter and importer can manage the transaction without manual intervention on a fully automated, straight-through processing basis.
THE average trade debt facing small to medium Birmingham firms is more than PS500,000 - with some of the smallest facing closure, Companies House documents reveal.