banker's acceptance

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Synonyms for banker's acceptance

banking: a time draft drawn on and accepted by a bank

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In addition to open market purchases of bankers acceptances, the Federal Reserve Act authorized Reserve Banks "to buy and sell, at home or abroad, bonds and notes of the United States, and bills, notes, revenue bonds, and warrants.
Credit-related services are the provision of bankers acceptances, letters of credit, and factoring.
Traditional staples of the money markets include certificates of deposit and bankers acceptances.
Government securities, obligations that are direct obligations of, or fully guaranteed as to principal and interest by, any agency of the United States, and prime bankers acceptances of the types authorized for purchase under l(b) above, from dealers for the account of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York under agreements for repurchase of such securities, obligations, or acceptances in 15 calendar days or less, at rates that, unless otherwise expressly authorized by the Committee, shall be determined by competitive bidding, after applying reasonable limitations on the volume of agreements with individual dealers; provided that in the event U.
The Purchase Price is financed by a hypothecary loan from Societe Financiere MCAP for an amount of thirteen million six hundred thousand dollars ($13,600,000), at the annual floating interest rate established on the bankers acceptances plus four hundred points per year.
Bankers acceptances issued by the First American Bank of New York on behalf of BCCI's Hong Kong subsidiary came due after BCCI was closed on July 5, 1991, and the BCCI subsidiary has not repaid the First American bank.
The new credit facility is a five-year amortizing loan with an interest margin of 2-1/2% over LIBOR or Bankers Acceptances.
All investments are in "Bearer Deposit Notes" or Bankers Acceptances issued by major Canadian chartered banks.
To achieve its objective, the fund intends to invest in a diversified portfolio of high quality money market instruments such as: certificates of deposit, commercial paper, medium-term notes, variable- and floating-rate notes, bankers acceptances, government issuances, and corporate bonds.