Make Whole Provision

Business / Finance / Make Whole Provision: Related to the lump-sum payments made when a loan or bond is called, equal to the NPV of future loan or coupon payments not paid because of the call. The payment can be significant and negate the attractiveness of a call.

Other Words for Make

Make Verb Synonyms: bring about, occasion, cause, give rise to
Make Noun Synonyms: build, assemble, construct, erect, put together, set up, fashion, form, mould, shape, frame, create, originate, fabricate, manufacture, produce, put out, forge, contrive, devise
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Other Words for Provision

Provision Noun Synonyms: providing, supplying, furnishing, catering, victualling, provisioning, purveyance, purveying, furnishing, equipping, fitting out, outfitting, accoutrement, equipment
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Other Words for Whole

Whole Adjective Synonyms: entire, complete, uncut, full, intact, unbroken, total
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Shotmakers Course

Entertainment / Golf / Shotmakers Course: 1. A golf course that tends to demand a wide variety of full shots in terms of controlling trajectory, shape and distance MORE

Shotmaker

Entertainment / Golf / Shotmaker: 1. A golfer with a very high skill level and wide variety in terms of controlling trajectory, shape and distance on full shots MORE

Termination Provision

Health / Health Insurance / Termination Provision: A provider contract clause that describes how and under what circumstances the parties may end the contract. MORE

Tour Wholesaler

Life Style / Travel / Tour Wholesaler: A company that usually creates and certainly markets inclusive tours and independent tours for sale through travel agents. Often used interchangeably with tour operator, but several distinctions might MORE

Whole Herd Buyout Program

Business / Agriculture / Whole Herd Buyout Program: Another term for the dairy termination program. MORE

Service Provision

Life Style / Adoption / Service Provision: The stage of the CPS casework process when CPS and other service providers provide specific services geared toward the reduction of risk of maltreatment. MORE

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