Mixed Credit

Mixed Credit

A series of loans offered to a borrower containing loans with both prevailing interest rates and discounted interest rates.
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Servicer reports showed mixed credit performance in securitized marketplace consumer loan pools in July.
The DEA has supported the Zafarana wind farm project through a Danish mixed credit programme.
"High frequency indicators are mixed credit growth has weakened but auto sales have improved slightly.
Mixed Credit Metrics: Spirit's adjusted leverage has increased over the past year as it has taken on debt to finance aircraft and as margins have declined.
2200 million contributed by Canadian government in shape of soft loan included mixed credit.
And specially trained employees will have to review all supporting documentation submitted by consumers involving mixed credit files -- in which a consumers' file is blended with another person's report -- fraud or identity theft.
The project worth CHF2.42 million is financed through the Swiss-Jordan Mixed Credit Line II, with 40 percent provided as a non-refundable Swiss grant and 60 percent covered by a commercial credit through Swiss banks.
"During 2015, the company displayed mixed credit metrics due to margin compression but lower leverage.
There have been significant changes since 1979: the Overseas Development Agency was rationalised and lost its status as a separate ministry; there was a general decline in the real volume of aid; a reduction of tied bilateral aid but the expansion of mixed credits which were of benefit to a small group of major companies; the commercialisation of the aid system and of the FCO; and an apparent increase in the role of the DTI.