Long-term financing

Long-term financing

Liabilities repayable in more than one year plus equity.

Long-Term Financing

Capital extended for a term of greater than a year. In both investing and personal finance, long-term financing often takes the form of a loan with a payback period of longer than one year. Examples of long-term financing include a 30 year mortgage or a 10-year Treasury note. Equity is another form of long-term financing, such as when a company issues stock to raise capital for a new project.
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Under it's 3MaxExpress[TM] product, Fannie Mae offers long-term financing with very competitive rates and streamlined processing for loans up to $3 million (and up to $5 million in certain MSAs).
As the EU's long-term financing institution, the EIB has already become a prominent issuer in other "first-wave" EU candidate countries - Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Carey, said, "These recent transactions reflect our ability to provide long-term financing to both our existing clients and companies seeking funds to grow and expand their businesses.
These latest acquisitions reflect the continued interest among high-quality corporations to match their long-term assets with long-term financing while utilizing the tailored financing provided by W.
"We ultimately were able to secure long-term financing at an interest rate below six percent with a conduit lender."
"With interest rates at historically low levels companies are realizing that now is a great time to lock in long-term financing," said DuGan.

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