Bills Receivable


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Bills Receivable

Any bill of exchange, trade acceptance, or similar obligation a company is owed and must be paid on or by a certain date. See also: Accounts receivable.
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(24) For example, in its annual report 1920, American Can Company issued a non-classified balance sheet with only five asset accounts (Plants, Real Estate, &c., Other Investment Items, Cash, Accounts & Bills Receivable, Materials & Products Inventory) totaling over $140 million.
(33) Receivables were divided into "accounts and bills receivables" and "deferred accounts and bills receivable" with the latter reduced by an allowance account.
Object of Rating: Hyakugo Bank B Corporation Bills Receivable ABL11-02
Object of Rating: Hayakawa Rubber Bills Receivable ABL11-02
Nohara Co Ltd, the originator of the transaction, securitises its bills receivable from the clients.
Aso Shoji, the originator, securitizes its bills receivable from the clients.
28 June 2010 - Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) rated Friday at J-1 a limited recourse asset-backed loan (ABL) backed by bills receivable, borrowed by local RBA Asset Funding Corp (Tokyo Branch).
The turnover days of trade and bills receivables as at 30 June 2019 were approximately 216.7 days, down approximately 17.4 days from approximately 234.1 days as at 30 June 2018, mainly due to greater efforts in the collection of trade receivables.
Looking at Fullshare's overall business income, in the Company's 2016 annual report we can find an analysis of the company's trade and bills receivables, which can act as the basis to determine its quality of income.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 3, 2011--JCR rates Hayakawa Rubber's bills receivables at J-1(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com