Maturity or number of days to maturity of a loan.
Credit term - usually used in relation to bills of exchange or letters of credit
The period of time before a bill of exchange falls due for payment
The term established for the payment of a draft or a loan, i.e. the draft or loan's maturity. The tenor may be either (1) At sight, i.e. payable upon presentation.(2) Time, i.e. payable at some specified future date, for example thirty days after sight or sixty days after bill of lading date. Français: Echéance Español: Vencimiento
Time at which a draft indicates it is payable, e.g., "at sight," "60 days after the bill of lading date," or "on May 31, 2001."
The maturity period for a bond or financial security.
The maturity of a swap transaction.
Designation of a payment as being due at sight, a given number of days after sight, or a given number of days after date.
The period of credit given by a Bill of Exchange.
The term or life of a contract. This is similar to maturity.
the time to maturity of an asset, liability, trade, transaction or portfolio.
Term or Period of credit granted by the drawer. See Usance Bill.
The term fixed for payment of a draft at a future date.
A term denoting that portion of a draft which indicates when it is payable. Tenor ma be payable either on demand (sight), or on a determinable date in the future (time).
The period of time for which a draft is drawn. The tenor may be at sight or usance.
The term at which funds are payable, for example under Bills of Exchange. Commonly used tenors are 30, 60, 90, 180 days etc.
designation of payment as being due on sight, or a certain number of days after sight or after a designated date.
Maturity or number of days to maturity normally on bills of exchange.
The term fixed for the payment of a draft or debt.