Differences between funding and financing
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‘Financing’ is the arrangement to disperse capital today in return for future repayments.
In short, a financing ‘instrument’ makes temporary capital available now. But each financing instrument (e.g. a mortgage loan) must be connected to a future funding source (e.g. future mortgage repayment).
Financing capital comes in the form of:
debt (a loan)...
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