Mixed Credit

Mixed Credit

A series of loans offered to a borrower containing loans with both prevailing interest rates and discounted interest rates.
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And specially trained employees will have to review all supporting documentation submitted by consumers involving mixed credit files -- in which a consumers' file is blended with another person's report -- fraud or identity theft.
As per the reports, Parliament on Wednesday approved a Mixed Credit Agreement of 19.
42 million is financed through the Swiss-Jordan Mixed Credit Line II, with 40 percent provided as a non-refundable Swiss grant and 60 percent covered by a commercial credit through Swiss banks.
We even offer plans to those with a mixed credit rating.
Performance varies across three segments: transactions sponsored by government entities Infonavit and Fovissste perform well; bank RMBS exhibit mixed credit metrics; and non-bank-sponsored transactions backed by Sofoles loans remain stressed.
Even though a mixed credit quality was not very impressive during the most recent reported quarter, we anticipate continued synergies from the company's geographic diversification and expense management initiatives.
Though BofA's earnings benefited from the improvement in trading, investment and brokerage income, the company experienced continued net interest yield compression and a mixed credit quality.
Fitch believes the 2007 operating outlook for the IT services industry is stable with a negative bias as several issuers present a mixed credit outlook.
Higher Education Faces Mixed Credit Picture in Fiscal
Other current lessees are located in Asia, Europe, and North America and are of mixed credit quality, though not atypical for this type of securitization.
Fitch believes this strategy has mixed credit implications, with a more concentrated income stream balanced by greater control over the assets.