Federal Intermediate Credit Bank

Business / Finance / Federal Intermediate Credit Bank: U.S. government agency chartered in 1989 to assume the responsibilities formerly held by the Federal Home Loan Bank system.

Other Words for Credit

Credit Verb Synonyms: ascribe, acknowledge, attribute, assign, impute
Credit Noun Synonyms: belief, faith, trust, credence
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Other Words for Intermediate

Intermediate Noun Synonyms: middle, in-between, medial, midway, halfway, transitional, intervening, intermediary
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Federal Farm Credit System

Business / Finance / Federal Farm Credit System: An institution created by the government with the purpose of uniting the financing activities of the federal land banks, the federal intermediate credit banks, and the banks for cooperatives. See: Fed MORE

Farm Credit System (FCS)

Business / Agriculture / Farm Credit System (FCS): A network of cooperatively owned lending institutions and related service organizations serving all 50 states and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The FCS specializes in providing farm real estate and MORE

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 MORE

GSM-102 Intermediate-Term Export Credit Guarantee Program.

Business / Agriculture / GSM-102 Intermediate-Term Export Credit Guarantee Program.: An Export Credit Guarantee Program that covers credit terms up to 3 years. The program underwrites credit extended by the private banking sector to approved foreign banks using dollar-denominated, irr MORE

Full Faith-And-Credit Obligations

Business / Finance / Full Faith-And-Credit Obligations: Describes exchange and government regulations providing for the release and free exchange of all information pertinent to a given security. MORE

Full Faith And Credit

Business / Taxes / Full Faith And Credit: Federal and municipal governments can promise repayment of debt securities they issue because they can raise money through taxes, borrowing, and other sources of revenue. That power is described as fu MORE

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