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commercial lender

An entity that routinely loans money as part of its core business.Contrast with a seller who loans money as part of a real estate transaction, or private investors who loan money sporadically as a good opportunity presents itself.

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During its 48th Monetary Policy Committee meeting last week, the NBC reminded commercial lenders to comply with the new requirement.
Wolters Kluwers Compliance Solutions business has launched CASH Tax Importer to its CASH Suite solutions set, helping commercial lenders safeguard and speed the entry of accurate tax return data used in underwriting commercial loans.
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While the IBK's loans extended to SMEs increased to 151 trillion won from 142 trillion won over the same period, the move by the four commercial lenders is considered a growing threat given they are strengthening their financial services for the viable new customers.
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However, the Irish Mortgage Holders Association has slammed the report, saying the Central Bank should not be in charge of monitoring commercial lenders.
When it comes to navigating these murky waters and ensuring compliance, commercial lenders and trade creditors can be especially challenged when working with their small-business clients.
Ceriello advises commercial lenders, investment banks, life insurers, hedge funds and others in major real estate transactions.
If the economy is to fully recover, then commercial lenders will have to help small-business owners and franchisees grow and create jobs.
The Central Bank Governor, Sheik Abdullah bin Saud Al Thani, said lenders may continue to manage "whatever is left of Islamic assets in their private portfolios or divert some of these assets to Islamic banks." In a controversial move, the Government in February instructed commercial lenders to shut their Islamic banking units by the end of the year to allow Shari'ah-compliant institutions to grow faster.

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