- n. Plural form of origination.
“Enhanced fees and spreads on mortgage originations is another subsidy.”
“These self-severing originations from the onset, picked a candidate and proceeded”
“PayNet collects real-time loan information, such as originations and delinquencies, from more than 200 leading U.S. capital equipment lenders.”
“PayNet collects real-time loan information, such as originations and delinquencies, from more than 225 leading U.S. capital equipment lenders.”
“Wells Fargo recently upgraded its investment rating on big banks, citing increased loan originations and improved credit positions.”
“On the flip side, lenders have also been harmed by third-party loan originations.”
“Wells reported that originations of first mortgages for one- to four-family properties fell 35% to $84 billion in the first quarter.”
“This marked the first reduction of quarterly originations since at least the start of 2010.”
“Those loans have a balance of about $504 billion, the bank said, which Gerspach noted "best represents our outstanding loan originations held by third parties.”
“Nevertheless, the ideas, history and culture of the universe and everywhere around the globe also have originations of which every race of people have been a significant contributor.”
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