Risks with Outlay of Funds


Risks with Outlay of Funds
  Customer outstanding category. This group includes the following customer outstanding classification codes:
  Advances in Current Accounts
  Demand loans
  Term loans
  Leasing/Hire purchase facilities
  Discounting - others
  Discounting - banks
  Discounting of overdue bills
  Discounting - house bills
  Import bills neg under sight l/c
  Risks without Outlay of Funds
  Customer outstanding category. This group includes the following customer outstanding classification codes:
  Usance import letter of credit
  Import bills acc under usance l/c
  Sight import l/c's
  Performance guarantees
  Payment guarantees
  Confirmation of export l/c 's.

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