Advised Credit

Advised Credit

An unconfirmed letter of credit of which an advising bank has informed the recipient of all terms and other conditions.
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The NCUA advised credit unions to ensure that their policies are flexible enough to respond to members' financial needs.
SAMPLE FCIB WORLDWIDE CREDIT REPORT FCIB INTERNATIONAL CREDIT REPORT 11/4/14 REQUIRED CREDIT ADVISED CREDIT RATING USD 200 000 USD 200 000 14/20 Comments on the rating: A Credit line maybe considered GEOPOLITICS--COLOMBIA POLITICAL DATA ECONOMIC DATA Form of Government: Republic Currency: 100.00 COP = 0.0485437 USD Economic Risk: Low Branch Situation: Stable IDENTIFICATION Ordered as: COMPANY NAME SA Address in the order: ADDRESS Colombia Comments on data The address provided is that of a branch supplied: location.
The Gulf News employee was then asked by the caller to straightaway recharge the etisalat SIM card with the advised credit of Dh1,750, of which, the caller said, Dh1,700 would be refunded by etisalat, in addition to free international calls for three days from the operator.
Hogan Lovells advised Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank as Coordinator and Calyon Saudi Fransi Limited, GIB Financial Services L.L.C., HSBC Saudi Arabia Limited and Samba Capital and Investment Management Company Limited as joint lead managers and joint book runners on the inaugural bond offering from the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP).
The Government has advised credit card companies to restrict the amount they lend to people who have difficulties with their repayments.
The consultancy's Birmingham-based investment team also advised Credit Suisse on the acquisition of two prime distribution units on Middlemarch Industrial Estate, Coventry.
"We should observe what happens and be somewhat fast followers," Sievewright advised credit unions in regard to blockchain.
Borges advised credit managers, who oversee the extension of credit and collection of receivables, not to look the other way if they suspect something is not right.
Experts contacted by CU Times advised credit unions to include social media policies in their employee handbooks, specifically advising employees that what they post on their personal accounts could result in disciplinary action.