repayment rate


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Noun1.repayment rate - the amount of money paid out per unit time
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
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So far, it has recorded a 90-percent repayment rate.
According to the company, Seed Out has a 97% repayment rate and has helped 538 locals raise funding.
According to Forbes, Seed Out has a 97 per cent repayment rate.
The guidance also outlines that the federal standard for loan discharges for defrauded students will apply to loans disbursed after July 1, 2017, and that the Department will offer more information, at a later date, about the requirement that for-profit institutions provide repayment rate warnings to prospective students.
The fund financed 2191 loans since the beginning of the Fund's work in all governorates of the Sultanate, covering various economic sectors with an amount exceeding RO85 million, providing 3772 direct employment opportunities for Omani youth, including 66% for males and 34% for female, across various governorates and the repayment rate was 85.4 percent of the value of the given loans.
I saw women in abject poverty paying back loans at a 99 percent repayment rate. At the time I was marketing the nation's largest credit card portfolio.
Forty-one colleges did not have data on the percent of adult students, 277 colleges did not have data on average earnings of independent students, and we excluded thirty-two colleges that participated in the federal student loan program but did not report a separate repayment rate for independent students.
The Fund, she added, now boasts of an average loan repayment rate of 94 per cent.
When I joined the fund in November 2013, my predecessor had disbursed about S million to 79 youth groups, but the repayment rate was only 21 percent, he said adding, I have followed up the defaulting groups and some have started repaying while others are yet to be traced.Some of the youths fled after their businesses collapsed while others are still struggling.
For example, in addition to the minimum monthly repayment of 2,000 yen, the repayment rate can be revised to [9 - 0.03 (300 - Z)] % for annual earnings of Z million yen (Z is less than or equal to 3 million yen).
For example, if $1 million entered repayment in 2009 but $1.1 million in debt remained outstanding in 2014, the cohort shows a negative repayment rate of 10 percent.
Notes added to the response say that the PS1,965 is calculated at the 50 per cent early repayment rate.