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Lender

Businesses that provide loans to others.

Lender

A person or organization that makes a loan. That is, a lender gives money to a borrower with the expectation of repayment in a timely manner, almost always with interest.
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Fig. 50 Ledger. The main ledger accounts.

lender

a person, company or institution that provides a BORROWER with MONEY or some other asset (for example machinery, property) in the form of a LOAN, MORTGAGE or LEASING arrangement in order to finance consumption and investment. See DEBT, FINANCIAL SYSTEM, COLLATERAL SECURITY.

lender

a person, firm or institution that makes a LOAN to a BORROWER to enable the borrower to finance CONSUMPTION or INVESTMENT. Lenders frequently require borrowers to offer some COLLATERAL SECURITY, for example, property deeds, which lenders may retain in the event of borrowers failing to repay the loan. See alsoCREDIT, FINANCIAL SYSTEM.

lender

One who advances money to another in the expectation of receiving repayment of the money plus a fee for the use of the money, called interest.

Lender

See Mortgage Lender.

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