Federal Financing Bank

Business / Finance / Federal Financing Bank: A system chartered in 1971 through the farm credit act providing farmers with credit services through a federal land bank, a federal intermediate credit bank, and a bank for cooperatives. See: Federal Farm Credit Bank.

International Bank For Reconstruction And Development (IBRD)

Business / Finance / International Bank For Reconstruction And Development (IBRD): IBRD or World Bank makes loans at nearly conventional terms to countries for projects of high economic priority. MORE

Interim Financing

Business / Finance / Interim Financing: A short-term loan made to a company on the condition that a takeout will follow with long-term or intermediate financing. MORE

International Banking Facility (IBF)

Business / Finance / International Banking Facility (IBF): A branch that an American bank establishes in the United States to do Eurocurrency business. MORE

Inventory Financing

Business / Finance / Inventory Financing: Used in the context of factoring and general finance to refer to loans to consumer product producers that use inventory as collateral. See also: Inventory loan. MORE

Investment Bank

Business / Finance / Investment Bank: Financial intermediaries who perform a variety of services, including aiding in the sale of securities, facilitating mergers and other corporate reorganizations, acting as brokers to both individual a MORE

Hybrid Financing

Business / Real Estate / Hybrid Financing: Mixing forms of conventional financing to create a new approach. MORE

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