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bridging loan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbridging loanˈbridging ˌloan British English, bridge loan American English noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 LENDan amount of money that a bank lends you for a short period of time until you receive money from somewhere else
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bridging loanIf you're moving you may need a bridging loan.Unless you have enough spare cash to do this, you will have to take out a bridging loan.If contracts aren't exchanged, think carefully before you take a bridging loan.A bridging loan can also give you an upper hand when buying in a very slow market.The employees would then subscribe their shares to enable Newco to redeem its bridging loan and become employee controlled.
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