ASSIGNMENT OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
A lending agreement, usually long term, between a lending institution and a borrowing company whereby the borrower designates particular customers which owes money (accounts receivable) to the lending institution. In trade for the assignment of account receivable, the borrower acquires a cash advance for a portion of the account receivable. The borrower pays a service charge and interest on the advance.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations - ASEAN
Determining the Value of a Stock
5 Stages of Becoming a Trader
Contingencies in Real Estate Contracts
Dangers Surrounding Bonds this Time
Revenue and Earnings Growth: A Good Thing?
SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
Digesting Financial Statements: System
Starting Your Own Small Business: Financing a Business
Principles of Trading: Charting
Buying a Home: Looking for an Agent
Students, How Much Can You Afford to Borrow?
|Rightmove House Prices
|Bundesbank Monthly Report
|Industrial Product Price Index
|Raw Materials Price Index
|Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes
|Current Account (sa)
|BOE Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy Ben Broadbent Speaks
|Consumer Price Index