lending institution


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Noun1.lending institution - a financial institution that makes loans
financial institution, financial organisation, financial organization - an institution (public or private) that collects funds (from the public or other institutions) and invests them in financial assets
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(1) Distribution of Tasks and Responsibilities: All tasks relating to processing and appraisal of loan applications, evaluation of business plan, loan appraisal, approval, disbursement, recovery, supervision and monitoring, follow up on problem loans, and legal action in case of default will be performed by the lending institution. The SBP BSC will process the guarantee approval and facilitate issuance of NOC to MFBs for availing financing from lending institutions.
You can draw another parallel between a standby credit line arranged with a lending institution (for which there's a charge) and an insurance policy.
Global Banking News-18 September 2009-New lending institution to be formed in Chicago(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The Corporacion Andina de Fomento (CAF), a multilateral lending institution, approved US$584.8 million in loans for projects in Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela.
In short, if the business plan is solid enough for a lending institution to trust you with its money, there's a chance that the business may be a sustainable enterprise.
The Kaufman Organization recently brokered a three-year sublease for Madison Realty Capital Advisors, LLC, a well-established private lending institution experienced in commercial real estate.
"The government that took office in August 2004 moved quickly to implement policies, including a substantial fiscal adjustment, that led to significant improvement in macroeconomic indicators," Agustin Carstens, deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a multilateral lending institution, said in a statement.
The appraiser, who is licensed by the state under regulations set by the federal government, assesses the fair market value of the property and is often dispatched by the mortgage lending institution, which will structure the loan based on the evaluation.
"With that, we reduce the need for owner's equity and reduce the risk to a lending institution," says Osborne.
When considering a loan's potential terms, a lending institution will consider several criteria.
A mortgage is an agreement between you and a lending institution. The lender fronts you the money to move in, holds the deed and accepts regular payments plus interest to repay the loan.
But when borrowers try and use it as collateral with a traditional lending institution, they're like a lost man in the wilderness.