non-revolving bank facility


non-revolving bank facility
A loan from a bank to a company in which the company has a period (often several years) in which to make its drawdowns, as well as flexibility with regard to the amount and timing of the drawdowns, but once drawn an amount takes on the characteristics of a term loan Compare revolving bank facility

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