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2009, No. 5 (Posted 2009-01-09)

Bankers’ Acceptances: Yesterday’s Instrument to Restart Today’s Credit Markets?

by Richard G. Anderson

“A bankers’ acceptance is created when a bank agrees to ‘accept,’ or guarantee, a future payment between two firms.”

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