Definition of Lead bank

1. Noun. A bank named by a lending syndicate of several banks to protect their interests.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lead Bank

lead-acid
lead-acid accumulator
lead-acid battery
lead-footed
lead-free
lead-in
lead-off
lead-out
lead-outs
lead-pipe cinch
lead-pipe rigidity
lead acetate
lead anaemia
lead arsenate
lead astray
lead bank (current term)
lead by the nose
lead carbonate
lead character
lead chromate
lead colic
lead dog
lead down a garden path
lead encephalitis
lead encephalopathy
lead fiddle
lead gout
lead guitar
lead guitars

Literary usage of Lead bank

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1. Capital (1888)
"Bankers themselves are not very happy about lead bank performance. At many places, the business or the local influence of the lead bank is less than that of ..."

2. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd (2006)
"... 2. établissement de crédit foncier [BAN] lead bank ч ». lead agency, ... bank <us> banque à charte d'État [BAN] tenor bank syn. lead agency, lead bank, ..."

3. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"The Reserve Bank of India accepted this and evolved the lead bank Scheme ... A lead bank in a district would be required (i) to survey the resources and ..."

4. Failing Banks: Lessons Learned from Resolving First City Bancorporation of Texas by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... examination report strongly criticized the len First City's lead bank,4 First City-Houston. Some of its lo; from continued deterioration in loans made ..."

5. The Transition of Finance in Japan and the United States: A Comparative by Thomas F. Cargill, Shoichi Royama (1988)
"The fact that corporations did not obtain the majority of their funding from the lead bank did not reduce the role of the lead bank in the system or prevent ..."

6. Bank Oversight Structure: U. S. and Foreign Experience May Offer Lessons for edited by Maja Wessels, Tamara Cross, Kristi Peterson (1997)
"... basis of charter class of the lead bank. However, for systemic risk reasons, jurisdiction over those holding companies and nonbank affiliates of banking ..."

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