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Lend

To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee.
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In my view, despite its shortcomings, that study has done more than any other single effort to advance our understanding-and increase our concern - about fair lending in the mortgage market.
The State of Ohio designated Student Lending Works as the nonprofit student lending organization for the State.
With the NLPC as its lending partner, Orlando Federal Credit Union benefits from the highly trained staff, technology and capabilities to deliver a superior lending experience," said Lee Kolquist, president of Lending Solutions.
The new data have also helped refine estimates of foreign banks' "share" of lending in U.
In his new position, Shediac will assume responsibility for all lending functions in the Bank with specific emphasis on expanding the commercial lending activities of the 138-year old community bank.
The 84 lending companies have failed to obtain secondary licenses, or a certificate of authority, to operate as a lending company required under Republic Act No.
At Kennedy, we're urging borrowers and brokers alike to take a fresh look at the lending industry, and the roles of traditional lenders vis-a-vis those of direct private lenders.
This book blends policy analysis and complex technical recommendations relating to the mortgage lending industry.
Examiners found no evidence of prohibited discrimination or other illegal credit practices at any of the insured depository institutions involved in this proposal and found no violations of substantive provisions of the fair lending laws.
In recent articles in this magazine,(1) Adam Lerrick, senior advisor to Chairman Allan Meltzer of the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission, has been sharply critical of the World Bank, arguing that our lending is misdirected, our performance deteriorating, and our financial costs exorbitant.
Direct lending," as this program is called, quickly became wildly popular among students and schools, in part because the government streamlined the process to reduce paperwork.