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C&i

• Commercial and Industrial loans are also known as C&I loans. They are issued to mining, manufacturing, trade, transport, construction, and services firms. They may be secured or unsecured. They may be made on the spot loan or as a loan commitment. They can involve revolving versus take-it-or-leave-it loans.

 
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