EDISee: Electronic Data Interchange
Trade creditTrade credit
1. An amount that is loaned to an exporter to be repaid when the exports are paid for by the foreign importer. 2. Credit extended by an exporter to an importer, permitting them to pay at some time after they take delivery.
Intermediated marketIntermediated market
A financial market in which some financial institution stands between counterparties to financial transactions.
Creditor nationCreditor nation
A country whose assets owned abroad are worth more than the assets within the country that are owned by foreigners. Contrasts with debtor nation.
Credit reference agencyCredit reference agency
When assessing your application, a mortgage lender will study your records. These records are held centrally by credit reference agencies, and contain information for many different aspects of your life.
Accredited investorAccredited investor
Refers to an individual whose net worth, or joint net worth with a spouse, exceeds $1,000,000; or whose individual income exceeded $200,000 or whose joint income with a spouse exceeded $300,000 in each of the 2 most recent years and can be expected to meet that income in the current year. More details of the definitions for investors other that individuals are found in Regulation D of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Further Suggestionscredit insurance
Full faith and credit obligations
Revolving credit agreement
Export Credits Guarantee Department
Backup Line of Credit
bank giro credit
credit reference agency
Bank Letter of Credit Policy
Transferable letter of credit
Foreign Credit Insurance Association (FCIA)
Federal Farm Credit System
Federal Farm Credit Bank
Equity Line Of Credit