Guaranteeing Bank

Guaranteeing Bank

A bank that ensures payment on a note, bond, or other debt instrument in the event of default. It is important to note that the avalising bank is not a party to the transaction in any other way. Avalising banks are more common in Europe than in the United States, as American banks have tighter restrictions on bank guarantees. See also: aval.
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Global Banking News-August 4, 2011--Banking association in Denmark faults government stance on not guaranteeing bank debt(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Dubai -- Thanks to the policies taken by the government such as guaranteeing bank deposits and pumping in Dh120 billion to support the banking sector, the United Arab Emirates' national economy has proven its strength and competence in dealing with the repercussions of the economic crisis, said Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, during a press conference last week.
Besides, the government also plans to adjust its policy of fully guaranteeing bank deposits, by shortening the guarantee term or reducing the guaranty amount.
A GOVERNMENT bill guaranteeing bank deposits up to e1/4100,000 is in its final stages and should come before parliament for voting sometime over the next couple of weeks.
The Federation of Small Businesses said a survey of thousands of companies found that moves aimed at guaranteeing bank lending and boosting consumer spending were having "no impact.
MINISTERS yesterday pledged to explore guaranteeing bank loans to crisishit car manufacturers in a bid to kick-start lending, after an emergency summit.
The federal government provides student loans for college and graduate school in two ways: by guaranteeing bank loans, and by lending directly to students.
Under his plan, which passed in Congress that summer, the government went beyond merely guaranteeing bank loans.