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syndicated bank facility

A very large loan made to one borrower by a group of banks headed by one lead manager, which usually takes only a small percentage of the loan itself, syndicating the rest to other banks ...

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A Dictionary of Accounting (5 ed.)

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2016
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Social sciences, Business and Management
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105 words

... bank facility ( syndicated loan ) A very large loan made to one borrower by a group of banks headed by one lead bank, which usually takes only a small percentage of the loan itself, syndicating the rest to other banks and financial institutions. The loans are usually made on a small margin. The borrower can reserve the right to know the names of all the members of the syndicate. If the borrower states which banks are to be included, it is known as a club deal . A syndicated bank facility is usually a revolving bank facility . There is only one loan...

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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... bank facility ( syndicated loan ) A very large loan made to one borrower by a group of banks headed by one lead manager , which usually takes only a small percentage of the loan itself, syndicating the rest to other banks and financial institutions. The loans are usually made on a small margin. The borrower can reserve the right to know the names of all the members of the syndicate. If the borrower states which banks are to be included, it is known as a club deal . A syndicated bank facility is usually a revolving bank facility . There is only...

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
Length:
106 words

... bank facility ( syndicated loan ) A very large loan made to one borrower by a group of banks headed by one lead manager , which usually takes only a small percentage of the loan itself, syndicating the rest to other banks and financial institutions. The loans are usually made on a small margin. The borrower can reserve the right to know the names of all the members of the syndicate. If the borrower states which banks are to be included, it is known as a club deal . A syndicated bank facility is usually a revolving bank facility . There is only one...

syndicated bank facility

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A very large loan made to one borrower by a group of banks headed by one lead manager, which usually takes only a small percentage of the loan itself, syndicating the rest to other banks and ...
bilateral bank facility

bilateral bank facility  

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A facility provided by a bank to a corporate customer. The agreement is restricted to the two parties, which enables a relationship to develop between the bank and the customer (see relationship ...
syndicate

syndicate  

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1 A group of bankers, insurers, contractors, etc., who join together to work on a large project. Notable activities undertaken by such a group may include syndicated loans and underwriting (see also ...
euro-syndicated loan

euro-syndicated loan  

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A facility which makes use of eurocurrencies. Typically such facilities will have the reference rate tied to the eurocurrency reference rate, which normally will be the London interbank offered ...
syndicated loan

syndicated loan  

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A loan provided by a syndicate of banks or other lending institutions. Such loans, often to less developed countries, are usually arranged by one or a small group of leading banks negotiating the ...
pool

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1 (residual pool) That portion of the total financing of a syndicated bank facility retained by the lead manager as a fee for arranging and managing the loan.2 The combination of financial ...
relationship banking

relationship banking  

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The establishment of a long-term relationship between a bank and its customers. The main advantage is that it enables the bank to develop in-depth knowledge of a customer's business, which improves ...
revolving bank facility

revolving bank facility  

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A loan from a bank or group of banks to a company in which the company has flexibility with regard to the timing and the number of drawdowns and repayments; any loan repaid can be reborrowed subject ...
multi-option financing facility

multi-option financing facility  

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(MOFF; MOF) (Banking).A means of borrowing funds using a variety of funding bases and in acceptable currencies. Normally used in the euromarket and for short-term bank advances, although such ...
lead manager

lead manager  

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A bank or other financial institution chosen to underwrite a new issue of bonds or to head a syndicated bank facility. It is usually chosen either because it has a close relationship with the ...
euronote

euronote  

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A form of euro-commercial paper consisting of short-term negotiable bearer notes. They may be in any currency but are usually in dollars or euros. The euronote facility is a form of note issuance ...
tender panel

tender panel  

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A group of banks who are asked to subscribe as a syndicate for the issue of euronote facilities.
eurocredit

eurocredit  

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A loan in a eurocurrency.
loan

loan  

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Money lent on condition that it is repaid, either in instalments or all at once, on agreed dates and usually that the borrower pays the lender an agreed rate of interest (unless it is an ...
underwriter

underwriter  

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1 A person who examines a risk, decides whether or not it can be insured, and, if it can, works out the premium to be charged, usually on the basis of the frequency of past claims for similar risks. ...
bilateral bank facility

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A Dictionary of Accounting (5 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
Length:
43 words

...bank facility A facility provided by a bank to a corporate customer. The agreement is restricted to the two parties, which enables a relationship to develop between the bank and the customer ( see relationship banking ). Compare syndicated bank facility...

bilateral bank facility

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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2018

...bank facility A facility provided by a bank to a corporate customer. The agreement is restricted to the two parties, which enables a relationship to develop between the bank and the customer ( see relationship banking ). Compare syndicated bank facility...

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