Personnel Prêt à plus d'un an

English translation: staff loans maturing beyond one year

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French term or phrase:Personnel Prêt à plus d'un an
English translation:staff loans maturing beyond one year
Entered by: Henri (X)

10:10 Feb 9, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: Personnel Prêt à plus d'un an
This appears as a balance sheet item under the heading "Immobilisations Financieres" (Capital Assets). It seems to refer to staff but I don't see how this fits under this heading. Any ideas?

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Rgaspari
United States
Local time: 12:17
staff loans maturing beyond one year
Explanation:
my banking experience
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Henri (X)
Local time: 21:17
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Thanks to all for your help!

Roseanne
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Summary of answers provided
naloans to personnel at more than a year
Parrot
nastaff loans maturing beyond one year
Henri (X)
naPersonal Loan for more than a year
Cathy Cruz


  

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6 mins
Personal Loan for more than a year


Explanation:
It means that it is a private loan you get from your bank and the period you pay a mortgage can be extended over a year

Cathy Cruz
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staff loans maturing beyond one year


Explanation:
my banking experience

Henri (X)
Local time: 21:17
PRO pts in pair: 49
Grading comment
Thanks to all for your help!

Roseanne

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Parrot

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loans to personnel at more than a year


Explanation:
I agree with Henri, it refers to staff. Since it is not payable yet as of the balance, it has to be reflected as a collectible.

Parrot
Spain
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