Guarantees

Some articles on guarantees, guarantee:

Government Loan Guarantees
... Most loan guarantee programs are established to correct perceived market failures by which small borrowers, regardless of creditworthiness, lack access to the credit resources available to large ... Loan guarantees can also be extended to large borrowers for political reasons ... manufacturers, obtained a loan guarantee in 1979 amid its near-collapse, and lobbying by labor interests ...
Whole Life Insurance - Guarantees
... The company generally will guarantee that the policy's cash values will increase regardless of the performance of the company or its experience with death claims (again compared to universal life ...
So FFin
2010 it stopped offering new services but continued managing existing guarantees ... through three tasks Providing Liquidity by means of guarantees for specially issued debt by eligible financial institutions Investing in Equity (recapitalization) Purchasing securities in open market ...
Army Of The Three Guarantees
... War of Independence, the Army of the Three Guarantees (Ejército Trigarante or Ejército de las Tres Garantías) was the name given to the army after the unification of ... in the Plan de Iguala, which stated the three guarantees which it was meant to defend religion, independence, and unity ... The Army of the Three Guarantees was created on February 24, 1821, and continued battling Spanish royalist forces which refused to accept Mexican independence ...
The Penance And The Patience - Track Listing
... "We Want Guarantees, Not Hunger Pains" 358 2 ... "We Want Guarantees (Acoustic)" 430 9 ... "We Want Guarantees" 358 Bonus documentary No ...

Famous quotes containing the word guarantees:

    ... if a person is to be unconventional, he must be amusing or he is intolerable: for, in the nature of the case, he guarantees you nothing but amusement. He does not guarantee you any of the little amenities by which society has assured itself that, if it must go to sleep, it will at least sleep in a comfortable chair.
    Katharine Fullerton Gerould (1879–1944)