If you do not take a guarantee and the borrower is late in the loan, you must take the borrower to court to recover your money and your judgment can only be executed against certain assets of the borrower. However, if you take guarantees for the loan contract, you may have the right to seize and sell the security if the borrower does not repay the loan. Q: What is a bilateral loan or a syndicated loan? A: A bilateral loan is where there are only two parties that are used in simpler, most fundamental transactions. A syndicated loan is used for more demanding credit transactions, where there are several lenders (usually banks and other financial institutions). In addition to the main sections described above, you can add additional sections to address certain items, as well as a section to question the validity of the document. Each loan agreement is different, which is why you use the „Additional Conditions“ section of the contract to include additional terms or conditions that have not yet been covered. In this section, you must include full rates and make sure you do not counter what has already been included in the loan agreement, unless you indicate that a certain section is not applicable to this specific loan agreement. For commercial banks and large financial firms, „loan contracts“ are generally not classified, although „loan portfolios“ are often subdivided into „personal“ and „commercial“ loans, while the „commercial“ category is then subdivided into „industrial“ and „commercial real estate“ loans. „Industrial“ loans are those that depend on the cash flow and solvency of the company and the widgets or services it sells. Commercial home loans are those that pay off loans, but this depends on the rental income paid by tenants who lease land, usually for long periods of time. There are more detailed rankings of credit portfolios, but these are always variations around the big topics. Potential Standard/Standard: A facility contract contains a standard provision to cover events, although these are not yet events that probably do not occur.
These values are called default or sometimes potential values. They are often negotiated by borrowers who do not want to be exposed to „hair triggers“ from which they may lose access to their banking facilities. You have the option to apply for guarantees in exchange for your loan. If you want to do this, you need to make sure that you include sections that deal with it. If you need to secure the loan, you need a specific section.