- The income of a ruler or of a state; revennue; public
money; sometimes, the income of an individual; often used in the plural
for funds; available money; resources. - The science of raising and expending the public revenue.
Finance companies Finance companies refer institutions that acquire funds by issuing commercial paper or stocks and bonds and use those funds to make
Sales finance company Sales finance company is a firm that provides short-term capital to retailers (and sometimes to wholesalers) by purchasing the installment sales contract (promissory notes) that they have accepted from customers.
Consumer finance company Consumer finance company is a company that lends money to final consumers on their promissory notes.
Commercial finance company Commercial finance company is a firm that makes cash loans to business borrowers, securing the loans by such assets as trade credit accounts, inventory, or equipment.
Project Finance Loan Program Project Finance Loan Program refers to a program that allows banks, the Ex-Im Bank, or a combination of both to extend long-term financing for capital ...
E-finance E-finance is a new means of delivering financial services electronically.
Behavioral finance Behavioral finance is a subfield of finance that applies concepts from other social sciences such as anthropology, sociology, and particularly, psychology to understand the behavior of securities prices.
Project finance Project finance refers to the arrangement of financing for long-term capital projects, large in scale, long in life, and generally high in risk.
Offshore finance subsidiary Offshore finance subsidiary refers to a foreign financial subsidiary owned by a corporation in another country. Offshore finance subsidiaries are usually ...
Finance charge Finance charge is the difference between the amount borrowed and the amount repaid on a loan.