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  • adj. That does not lend.
  • n. The policy or practice of not lending money.


non- +‎ lending (Wiktionary)


  • "It is part of Wells' overall view that you have to have nonlending revenue and growth," said Frederick Cannon , the director of research and chief equity strategist at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.

    Wells Fargo Plans Insurance Growth

  • Thanks to the addition of 12 sculptures—nine from the Sackler's nonlending sister institution, the Freer Gallery, and three from the University of Pennsylvania—we see not one, but three life-size standing bodhisattvas, getting a better feel for the Northern Qi's treatment of body and ornament.

    Gaining Enlightenment Through Technology

  • China Merchants aims to raise nonlending income to 30% eventually, from the current 21%, Mr. Ma said.

    China Puts Light on Shadow Loans

  • & Co., or substantial revenue streams from nonlending businesses.

    Dividend-Cut Anxiety Rises as Banks Wobble

  • Two of the analytical and advisory ways the Bank provides knowledge to its client countries are economic and sector work (ESW) and nonlending technical assistance


  • Recognize and build on client preferences, whether for nonlending versus lending services or for TA versus ESW.


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