Lend

(redirected from lending)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.

Lend

To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee.
References in periodicals archive ?
At Kennedy, we're urging borrowers and brokers alike to take a fresh look at the lending industry, and the roles of traditional lenders vis-a-vis those of direct private lenders.
This book blends policy analysis and complex technical recommendations relating to the mortgage lending industry.
HMDA"), that Chase and Morgan have violated the fair lending laws.
In recent articles in this magazine,(1) Adam Lerrick, senior advisor to Chairman Allan Meltzer of the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission, has been sharply critical of the World Bank, arguing that our lending is misdirected, our performance deteriorating, and our financial costs exorbitant.
Direct lending," as this program is called, quickly became wildly popular among students and schools, in part because the government streamlined the process to reduce paperwork.
Consider, for instance, the 1992 study of racial discrimination in mortgage lending published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Nasdaq: PROI), a leading provider of software-based compliance solutions to the financial services industry, today announced a new product, Pro Active, that will enable lenders to more effectively comply with fair lending and community reinvestment requirements and identify new market opportunities.
Credit unions such as Waterbury Connecticut Teachers Federal Credit Union utilize Lending Solutions as a partner by offloading time-consuming loan origination services," stated Lee Kolquist, president of Lending Solutions.
The relative rights of lending institutions, sureties, owners/developers and lien law trust fund beneficiaries (subcontractors and suppliers) is of critical importance when jobs go bad.
HMDA"), that QCSB engages in the exportation of capital from LMI communities to more affluent communities and that certain aspects of QCSB's lending record indicate illegal discriminatory lending practices.
Missouri-based KCPCU, chartered in 1934 and with three branches located in Kansas City, becomes the latest institution to utilize Lending Solutions loan platform, which has already processed more than 2.
Calling it the "downside of an economic upturn" which has produced the highest homwownership rates in the nation's history, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo announced that he will convene a national task force and hold hearings to determine how to "eliminate the nightmare of predatory lending from the American dream of homwownership.