ad una

English translation: leave it out

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Italian term or phrase:ad una
English translation:leave it out
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10:53 Nov 15, 2018
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance
Italian term or phrase: ad una
For insurance / re salary-backed loans see below thanks not sure what they mean with this . The duration of the financing is from 60 months to 120 months for a single time ? but how does ad una fit in here many thanks

Struttura finanziaria
Come qualsiasi prodotto finanziario estinguibile secondo la formula della rateizzazione, elementi finanziari principali di tale operazione sono:
la rata la cui entità viene determinata entro una soglia massima pari al quinto dello stipendio percepito dal debitore
una durata del finanziamento di 60 mesi ad una a 120 mesi per una sola volta.
periodicità delle rate di rimborso con cadenza mensile
la struttura dei costi dell'operazione, sintetizzati dal Tasso annuo effettivo globale (TAEG) che comprende tutti i costi anche i premi assicurativi
EirTranslations
Ireland
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Explanation:
It literally means "a term of 60 months to one of 120 months", but we wouldn't say that in English. Just "a term of 60 to 120 months" will do.
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Explanation:
It literally means "a term of 60 months to one of 120 months", but we wouldn't say that in English. Just "a term of 60 to 120 months" will do.

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