Lendable funds

Lendable funds

The pool of funds available to borrows; typically categorized by currency and maturity.

Lendable Funds

Money that a bank has available to lend to borrowers. That is, lendable funds are those funds a bank has over and above its operating expenses, reserve requirement, and other liabilities.
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The ratio measures the adequacy of the IMF's liquidity, or lendable funds, and is obtained by dividing such funds by liquid liabilities.
Although the men who founded this bank and sat on its board of directors absorbed a significant share of lendable funds to develop their own enterprises, the bulk of the loans went to other rural borrowers.
Revolving loan funds are programs offered by states that recycle lendable funds to finance successive generations of projects over an extended period of time.
In the early 1980s, when mortgage funds chased transactions, commercial property lending was believed to be the most efficient and profitable use of lendable funds (from the perspective of fees and yields).
In 2014, net inflow of lendable funds reached[euro] 81.
It was even worse for credit unions because we didn't have a Federal Reserve to back us up when lendable funds dried up.
Each per cent cut in SLR would bolster lendable funds by ` 48,000 crore.
57bn) worth of lendable funds, up from VND13tn a month earlier, Dow Jones has reported citing a separate report by the state media.
Bond proceeds of the 2009 D-2 and 2010 B bonds will provide approximately $94 million in available lendable funds to continue the corporation's single-family, first-time homebuyer mortgage purchase program.
Net inflow of lendable funds reached a record of[euro] 80 million, up 74% from[euro] 46 million in 2012.
This time around, the traditional remedies -- cutting the money supply and raising interest rates -- may not work, since there is an acute shortage of lendable funds.