Retail credit

Retail credit

Credit granted by a firm to consumers for the purchase of goods or services. See: consumer credit.
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If you regularly carry a balance, retail credit cards just aren't for you," said Matt Schulz, CreditCards.
The Central Bank of Ireland has released a warning noting an unauthorized retail credit firm offering credit facilities to Irish consumers.
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai Islamic Bank, or DIB, announced on Sunday that its retail credit department has won the "International Credit Management" category at the "CCR Credit Excellence Awards 2012", the world's leading credit industry conference.
Global Banking News-June 6, 2012--Absa to purchase retail credit card business(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
I will concede that my legacy assets article could be interpreted as declaring corporate credit unions dead, but I certainly didn't say that retail credit unions were goners.
Emirates NBD instructed staff on November 6 by email not to grant retail credit to foreigners working for firms including Emaar Properties, Tamweel and state-owned Nakheel, the memo showed.
With a freeze in place, credit files cannot be accessed, and instant credit--such as retail credit cards or on-the-spot car loans--cannot be granted.
The federal bank and thrift institution regulatory agencies announced on October 27, 2004, the publication of a joint Federal Register notice and request for comment on proposed guidance for Internal Ratings-Based Systems for Retail Credit Risk for Regulatory Capital.
The deal will see Abbey transfer ownership of its retail credit card assets to MBNA's European subsidiary.
The banking and retail credit industries have spent millions of lobbying dollars in campaigning to pass the legislation.
Rent-to-own stores have managed to avoid tough consumer laws by tinkering with the traditional retail credit contract.
AUSTIN, Texas -- NewComLink, a technology pioneer in retail credit solutions, today announced it has appointed James Howicz as general counsel.