NBL

(redirected from Non-Bank Lenders)
AcronymDefinition
NBLNational Basketball League (Australia)
NBLNuestra Belleza Latina (beauty pagent)
NBLNational Bicycle League
NBLNo Block Length
NBLNeutral Buoyancy Laboratory
NBLNocturnal Boundary Layer (meteorology)
NBLNational Blackbelt League (martial arts)
NBLNew Brunswick Laboratory
NBLNeuroblastoma
NBLNetwork-Based Learning
NBLNational Baseball League
NBLNatural Born Leader
NBLNot Bloody Likely
NBLNothing But Love
NBLNational Bank Limited (Bank; Bangladesh)
NBLNational Benefit Life (insurance)
NBLNext Big Language (computer programming)
NBLNegro Baseball League
NBLNational Business League
NBLNew Brunswick Library (Rutgers University; New Jersey)
NBLNandan Biomatrix Limited (Hyderabad, India)
NBLNaval Biological Laboratory
NBLNandan Biomatrix Ltd (Pakistan)
NBLNever Been Laid
NBLNon Battle Loss
NBLNon-Bank Lenders (syndicated loans)
NBLNippon Business Lease (Nippon, Japan)
NBLNumber of Bit Line Failures
NBLNebraska Bird Lady
NBLNorth Bay Library (Santa Rosa, CA)
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BankPoint provides fintech solutions for banks and non-bank lenders throughout the U.S, Europe, and Asia.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] July 25 (ANI): The Indian government's partial credit guarantee on asset purchases from non-bank lenders will ease funding pressure on the non-bank sector in the short term, Fitch Ratings said on Thursday but added that it does not address investors' long-term concerns about the sector's exposure to stressed real estate.
We expect specialist lenders with a focus on high-cost unsecured consumer lending to adapt their business models towards more moderately priced, instalment-based lending aimed at safer borrowers, which will bring them increasingly into competition with banks and more established non-bank lenders. Lower lending rates will increase the importance of cost control to protect margins, and some, more established lenders may consider seeking a banking licence so that they can finance themselves more cheaply with deposits, and offer other lending products.
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The move comes amid concerns surrounding the availability of funds following a liquidity squeeze and the difficulties being faced by non-bank lenders, especially those facing asset liability issues due to heavy reliance on short term funding for long term assets.
Among the most troubling: corporate borrowers and so-called non-bank lenders all over the world.
The primary headwind is weaker CRE loan growth as non-bank lenders remain highly aggressive with both price and terms, the analyst added.
She has represented major financial institutions and specialty non-bank lenders, as well as borrowers across a wide range of industries.
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