Commercial Credit: A pre-approved amount of money issued by a bank to a company that can be accessed by the borrowing company at any time to help meet various financial obligations. Commercial.
Consumer loans include things like mortgages, auto loans, boat loans, and even credit cards. Business loans, also known as commercial loans.
Commercial credit insurance is insurance coverage that aims to protect a business from possible losses and damages due to unpaid services and the potential catastrophic financial issues of bad debts. Commercial credit insurance is also known as trade credit insurance or commercial credit indemnity.
OCC’s commercial credit division provides information and policy guidance on emerging commercial risks and supervisory issues confronting the national banking industry to promote national bank safety and soundness, as well as compliance with applicable laws and regulations.