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Insider Loan

A loan in which the borrower is a corporation and the lender is one of its corporate officers, stockholders, or members of the board of directors. With sufficient documentation, an insider loan may be tax deductible; otherwise, it may be classified as paid-in capital and repayment subject to taxation.
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Chase Bank collapsed in 2016 on the day it published its restated financial results that showed it had under-reported insider loans by Sh8 billion.
Ms Rozhkova said that it was beyond the mandate of E&Y to analyze PrivatBanks insider loans when preparing an audit report on the banks financial statements for 2016.
Insider loans, loans provided to staff, had reached KES13.
The credit union's policy required that any loans be approved by two board members, and that any insider loans to an employee or board members be approved by the full board of directors.
It said Spagnoletti found evidence of insider loans for overvalued properties, big money mortgages supported by collateral that did not exist, and payments for services never rendered.
The Insider Loans and the related issuance of Bonus Shares constitute a "related party transaction" within the meaning of Multilateral Instrument 61-101 - Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions.
We proxy management risk as the ratio of insider loans to total loans and expect a positive correlation with the likelihood of failure.
Assesses the bank's compliance with laws related to dividends and insider loans throughout the year.
Emphasizing the kinds of activities in which banks may engage, the author summarizes the federal laws relating to bank branching and mergers, savings associations, holding companies, subsidiaries, examinations, audits, insider loans, tying arrangements, corporate governance, securities, and capital.
The reserve crack-down was aimed at rooting out speculative activities by financial institutions suspected of trading foreign currency on the black market and accumulating massive insider loans.
5 million in insider loans in a savings and loan collapse in the 1980s, was successfully sued by the pension fund to have him removed from the land's title.
In the race to compensate executives even more excessively, boards of directors discovered a new tool that did not have to be disclosed to shareholders: insider loans.