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Jameson suggests creditors gather job information before they even extend credit to the customer.
The regulatory amendments issued by the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) earlier this year have enabled the banks to extend credit for stimulating economic activities in Oman.
which could allow the company to directly extend credit to American car buyers for the first time in a decade, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the plans.
Dubai: With economic conditions still uncertain, demand for business financing, as well as personal loans, is on the rise in the UAE, but lenders are hesitant to extend credit, according to a new report.
The Kenyan central bank has announced a plan to extend credit to restore banking sector stability.
The CBJ will sign a $100 million loan agreement with the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development in a few weeks to extend credit to SMEs via local banks, CBJ Deputy Governor Maher Sheikh Hasan told The Jordan Times following an event held by the Young Entrepreneurs Association and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty on the bank's programmes for supporting SMEs.
A special campaign would be introduced by Bank of Maharashtra from January 19 to February 7 to extend credit to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
Muscat: The small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will be a major focused area for Omani banks to extend credit this year, said a top-level executive of a commercial bank.
"We have seen the banks very much reverting to their domestic markets and not wanting to extend credit abroad," said Tony Stringer, a government debt analyst with ratings agency Fitch.
As the State owns most of the Irish banks, the Government has a duty to ensure they begin to extend credit to businesses.
The bank is lending to a troubled company to which other banks refused to extend credit, the loan is long term (five years) and the speed with which the decision to extend the loan was made is odd.
Summary: Saudi investors form joint venture for Bosnia; Initial capital of company, led by IDB, is $50 million;Turkish state Eximbank to extend credit lines for Bosnia