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Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because... #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 31, 2010 13:51 pm   Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because...
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #182 "Asset-based Loans", question 2

Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because they serve borrowers with risk characteristics typically outside a bank's ......... level.

(a) collateral
(b) comfort
(c) confidence
(d) control

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #182 "Asset-based Loans", answer 2

Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because they serve borrowers with risk characteristics typically outside a bank's comfort level.

Correct answer: (b) comfort
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Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because... #2 (permalink) Mon Apr 19, 2010 4:59 am   Asset-based loans are an alternative to traditional bank lending because...
 

Asset-based loans are useful because they make loans available to borrowers whom banks are unwilling to lend money to.
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