Emprunt CT Postcompté

English translation: short-term loan

22:38 Jul 29, 2007
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
French term or phrase: Emprunt CT Postcompté
I don't really have any context for this.
Jonathan Lukens (X)
Local time: 01:54
English translation:short-term loan
Explanation:
For "CT" (court terme), so far, so good ...

retroactive?

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Note added at 27 mins (2007-07-29 23:06:19 GMT)
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On parle d’intérêt postcompté lorsque la rémunération versée à l’échéance et d’intérêt précompté
lorsqu’elle est versée à l’origine
eco.univ-lyon2.fr/IMG/pdf/doc-439.pdf

s 1•A partir d’un taux postcompté (payable « in fine » ou à terme échu)
www.amf-france.org/documents/general/4869_1.pdf


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Note added at 30 mins (2007-07-29 23:08:32 GMT)
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http://www.proz.com/kudoz/411577
suggests that it might be an

short-term in fine loan
or a
short term bullet loan

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Note added at 31 mins (2007-07-29 23:09:34 GMT)
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In banking and finance, a bullet loan is a loan where a payment of the entire principal of the loan,[1] and sometimes the principal and interest,[2] is due at the end of the loan term. A bullet loan can be a mortgage, bond, note or any other type of credit.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_loan


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Note added at 33 mins (2007-07-29 23:11:43 GMT)
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Looks to me now as if "in fine loan" is franglais.

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Note added at 34 mins (2007-07-29 23:12:22 GMT)
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Bullet loan - because when your time is up you have to bite the bullet and cough up?
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Local time: 07:54
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Cheers, that fits perfectly.
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short-term loan


Explanation:
For "CT" (court terme), so far, so good ...

retroactive?

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Note added at 27 mins (2007-07-29 23:06:19 GMT)
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On parle d’intérêt postcompté lorsque la rémunération versée à l’échéance et d’intérêt précompté
lorsqu’elle est versée à l’origine
eco.univ-lyon2.fr/IMG/pdf/doc-439.pdf

s 1•A partir d’un taux postcompté (payable « in fine » ou à terme échu)
www.amf-france.org/documents/general/4869_1.pdf


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Note added at 30 mins (2007-07-29 23:08:32 GMT)
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http://www.proz.com/kudoz/411577
suggests that it might be an

short-term in fine loan
or a
short term bullet loan

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Note added at 31 mins (2007-07-29 23:09:34 GMT)
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In banking and finance, a bullet loan is a loan where a payment of the entire principal of the loan,[1] and sometimes the principal and interest,[2] is due at the end of the loan term. A bullet loan can be a mortgage, bond, note or any other type of credit.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_loan


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Note added at 33 mins (2007-07-29 23:11:43 GMT)
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Looks to me now as if "in fine loan" is franglais.

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Note added at 34 mins (2007-07-29 23:12:22 GMT)
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Bullet loan - because when your time is up you have to bite the bullet and cough up?

Bourth (X)
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Cheers, that fits perfectly.
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