creditworthy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial.
Related to creditworthy: collateral

creditworthy

(of an individual or business enterprise) adjudged as meriting credit on the basis of such factors as earning power, previous record of debt repayment, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Lending Club connects investors and creditworthy borrowers, eliminating the cost and complexity of traditional bank lending to offer investors better returns and borrowers better rates.
Banking organizations should strive to maintain healthy credit relationships with businesses, consumers, and other creditworthy borrowers to enhance their own financial well-being as well as to promote a sound economy.
The study shows there is opportunity in the midst of the credit deterioration and provides insight to lenders looking for creditworthy consumers while seeking to avoid those whose credit quality could continue to slip, according to VantageScore Solutions President and Chief Executive Officer Barrett Burns.
By guaranteeing rate stability and making Edison creditworthy, this federal court settlement is in the best interest of California consumers.
Our philosophy is to acquire buildings, improve and enhance them, adding value in order to attract creditworthy tenants for the long-term.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlanta Gas Light Company (AGLC) on Wednesday filed a motion in federal bankruptcy court requesting relief from the court to file a petition with the Georgia Public Service Commission (GPSC) seeking the assignment of Peachtree Natural Gas customers to other creditworthy natural gas marketers.
9% of the loans are underwritten to a creditworthy standard and 83.
We felt Colwick Business Center provided an excellent investment opportunity to acquire a well-occupied (80%), quality suburban office complex with a remarkable combination of stable cash flow, creditworthy tenants, staggered lease rollover, and an exceptional location in one of Southern New Jersey's most desirable business and residential neighborhoods," added DiFede.
WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- National banks will find it easier to sell other real estate owned (OREO) and provide financing for creditworthy borrowers under a proposed rule to appear in the Federal Register tomorrow, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) announced today.
Some institutions appear to have adopted policies that constrain them from meeting the needs of creditworthy borrowers--borrowers seeking funds to finance new projects and activities as well as borrowers seeking to renew or retinanee existing debt.
The reserves, which are tied to borrower credit quality and are expected to be sized at $90 million or 12% of total outstanding bond principal, provide protection if future loans are made to less creditworthy borrowers.