What Are Multilateral And Bilateral Loans?


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Lily James Profile
Lily James answered

A Bilateral Loan is a kind of loan that involves a single borrower and a single lender. The lenders are usually banks or any other financial institution.

In contrast a Multilateral Loan is a kind of loan that involves a number of lenders and a single borrower. The lenders are most financial institutions or banks.

Multilateral loans is a common type of loan that is taken country wide. Normally the multilateral loans are funded by agencies such as International Monetary fund (IMF), World Bank, etc.

Rowan Webb Profile
Rowan Webb answered

Simply explained bi- is a prefix to signify that there are 2 parties to an agreement and for multi-, well obviously you're going to have more than 2 who are party to the loan. At the end of the day, it's how many people are going to have a hand in the borrowing and lending of money.

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Meg Thomas answered

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