local loan

local loan

n
(Banking & Finance) (in Britain) a loan issued by a local government authority
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
We continued to grow our local loan book, with loans and advances increasing by 2.
He said that the last payment of the local loan allocated for the enviromental fuel project at the cost of KD 1.
Retail loans rose by 21 percent in the quarter, faster than its overall local loan growth rate of 16 percent as corporate lending weakens.
Grigory Fedorishin, NLMK Group CFO, said: The offering of a perpetual bonds issue provides us with the opportunity to generate funds on the local loan market, should it be required, as well as giving us additional flexibility on the amount and term of borrowing.
We will have a full team of commercial and residential mortgage lenders to meet local loan demand, along with full treasury-management capabilities to serve both commercial and consumer depository needs'
El Jaish have been prolific in the local loan market over the summer.
But Warburton wants his best young talent to think outside the box by moving down south rather than wasting time with local loan deals or Under-20 football.
One I call a local loan and define it as a loan that is made by a lender that has a branch in the county where the property is located.
In the New York City market, 15-year loans dropped to 5 percent of local loan volume in the third quarter, down from 11 percent in the third quarter of 2013.
They will also be responsible for recruiting top area loan officers and underwriters along with overseeing local loan officers who joined Guar anteed Rate with them.
Rebecca Griffiths, defending Hodges, said he owed money, which he used for drugs, to a local loan shark, whom he refused to name, and had been threatened with violence.
Although he's the Mr Big to the spotty youths manning the pie counter at Freshco's, he's no match for the strong-arm tactics of a local loan shark's henchmen.