an amount of money loaned at interest by a bank to a borrower, usually on collateral security, for a certain period of time.
What the proportion between the bank loan and the bons de trésor in circulation is I am unable to ascertain.
Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris Henry Labouchre
How much would your bank loan the Sullivan Trust Company on its unindorsed paper and at a moment’s notice?
My Adventures with Your Money George Graham Rice
Stock market collateral loans thus constitute the most perfectly satisfactory sort of bank loan, from the standpoint of liquidity.
The Value of Money Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
The bank loan is made on the farmer’s note, generally unsecured, though often secured by a chattel mortgage.
Readings in Money and Banking Chester Arthur Phillips
- Bank manager
noun a person who directs the business of a local branch of a bank Contemporary Examples Asking about sales, believe me, is like asking your bank manager about your bank balance. Can Pulp Win the Booker? Allen Barra September 6, 2011 Historical Examples He went to a well-known jewelry establishment recommended by the bank manager, […]
- Bank money
checks, drafts, and bank credits other than currency that are the equivalent of money. Historical Examples The public nature of bank money has led to many forms of public regulation of their issues. The Principles of Economics Frank A. Fetter If he has no bank money of his own, he must purchase it of those […]
- Bank night
Informal. (especially in the 1930s) an evening when prizes are awarded to members of the audience at a motion-picture theater.
- Bank note
a promissory note, payable on demand, issued by an authorized bank and intended to circulate as money. Contemporary Examples The central bank is constantly redesigning and rethinking the design of every bank note—except the lowly $1 bill. All About the Benjamins: Here’s the Redesigned $100 Bill Daniel Gross October 6, 2013 Historical Examples “There, get […]