Flat Loans financial definition of Flat Loans
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A loan without interest to the lender. A firm lending securities for a short sale is often compensated by the borrowing firm with a flat loan. Thus, the lending firm has use of the funds without charge.
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In the face of a flat loans
market, most rival lenders relied on the boom in remortgaging, a business that the Halifax as the country's biggest mortgage provider has traditionally shunned.