Glossary of Indian Tribal Finance Terminology



Discussions about borrowing money can be confusing. Bankers, lawyers and other industry professionals use terminology that is widely understood within the business but which is not a part of everyday conversation. If you have ever picked up a credit agreement or tried to evaluate a financing proposal, you may have felt like you needed an interpreter. This glossary is intended as a handy reference guide for tribal leaders and finance officers and for those who work closely with them. We have tried to cover a variety of borrowing situations from bank loans, to taxable or tax-exempt bonds, to high-yield note offerings and more. In each case, we have tailored the explanations to the unique circumstances that affect Indian tribal governments and business enterprises when they borrow money for tribal projects. The glossary is not meant to be comprehensive, and it is not intended as legal advice. We hope you find it useful.

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Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, Indigenous Peoples Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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