commercial loan selling

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A transaction involving two banks and one business customer. Bank A grants a loan to the customer and then sells that loan agreement to Bank B. Bank A makes a profit on the sale; Bank B has a loan book it would not otherwise achieve; and the customer borrows at a favourable rate. Commercial loan selling is common in the USA.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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