Definition of Loan participation
1. Noun. A loan that is shared by a group of banks that join to make a loan too big for any one of them alone.
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Literary usage of Loan participation
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1. Drought and Famine Relationships in Sudan: Policy Implications by Tesfaye Teklu, Joachim Von Braun (1991)
"The weak performance of ABS in terms of its record of low profitability and an apparent decline in loan participation has raised serious doubts about its ..."
2. Industrial Loan Corporations: Recent Asset Growth and Commercial Interest by Richard J. Hillman (2006)
"... companies into a chain creates a concentration of banking resources that can be susceptible to common risks including poor loan participation practices, ..."
3. The OECD Small and Medium Enterprise Outlookby Marian Murphy by Marian Murphy (2002)
"At least two new full-time jobs must be created within one year of provision of the loan. Participation in this programme cannot be combined with ..."
4. Railway Problems in China by Mongton Chih Hsu (1915)
"Now, the Chinese share holdings exceed the British loan participation in the capital of the road, and the Government has endeavored from time to time to ..."
5. Foreign Banks: Initial Assessment of Certain BCCI Activities in the U. S (1993)
"A loan participation is the sharing of a loan by a group of banks that join together to make a loan, often one that is too large for any one bank to handle. ..."
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