disbursement


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Disbursement

A payment. The term is used especially in the context of loans. When the borrower receives all or a portion of the loan funds, he/she is said to receive a disbursement.

disbursement

A payment in cash or by check.

disbursement

Payment of money.

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People Perfect Pay card helps employers to eliminate recurring costs associated with salary disbursement along with the administrative time of opening staff bank accounts.
According to the terms of the Debt Financing and pursuant to the disbursement request submitted by the firm to the senior lenders, the lenders have agreed to make an initial disbursement to the company by September 10, 2010 in a deal worth USD6m.
Overall credit disbursement by Allied Bank Limited, Habib Bank Limited, MCB Bank Limited, National Bank of Pakistan and United Bank Limited stood at Rs 107.
Also, if the disbursement of funds causes a credit balance (refund due to a student), our bursar's office sends an e-mail to the student, indicating they now have excess funds available to them.
WASHINGTON -- The United States launched its $15 billion, five-year AIDS initiative with the disbursement of $350 million in grants to groups operating programs in 14 countries in Africa and the Caribbean.
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The POS system produced spreadsheets that tracked daily sales, returns and disbursement data--all of which could be aggregated by employee.
When the Bank's statement of overwhelming success is examined, word by word and number by number, the translation of the above quote into the language of the real world should actually read: "For projects where the disbursement of loan monies to borrowers was completed in 1998-99, but years before physical or policy practical effect can be measured, Bank staff estimate that less than half (47 percent) are likely to maintain satisfactory results in the future and to generate benefits that exceed debt service payments, operation, and maintenance costs.
once known as TLC Beatrice International, a black-owned global conglomerate with revenues exceeding the billion-dollar mark, is tying up a few loose ends with an $18 million disbursement to stockholders as it continues to close out its 13-year run.
This section appears to impose strict liability on a fiduciary who makes a disbursement that leaves the estate with insufficient funds with which to pay a debt owed to the U.
The planned request comes after strict conditions were set by Congress in October on the disbursement of 35 million dollars earmarked for U.
Once all figures are reconciled, contribution and disbursement information is gathered from the trade report.