The legal terms used in discussing the subject of financial institutions are referred to as Guarantee, Advance, swap, Deed, Security, Subordinated, or Mortgage and each of them have specific meaning. The rights and remedies offered in this Guaranty, as the Credit Agreement, the Swap Agreement, any Deed, Security Agreement, any Mortgage Service Agreement or any Swap Agreement shall be cumulative and never exclusive of any additional rights or remedies available under applicable law. In furtherance of this principle, each such Guarantor or Affiliate thereof shall supply the Administrative Agent, in a timely fashion after some notice thereof, a copy of all such Applications; Mortgage Service Agreements; Deed of trust and the Record of deeds, where such Applications or documents are recorded. The copies of the Guarantees and Advances shall be furnished to the Administrator, who shall then make such copies of the same, available to all Lenders or Affiliates.
The term “guarantee” refers to a plan under which a bank promises to pay a certain sum of money to an individual upon his or her voluntary retirement from employment with that bank. In turn, this person, on retirement, has the option of converting the guarantee into either a Deed of trust or a mortgage. Under the terms of the Guaranty, if the individual does not opt to convert the guarantee, the banks may sell it back to the Guarantor, on one-to-one basis at a prearranged price. While the term “guaranty” covers not only guarantees but also guarantees in connection with other transactions in respect of mortgages, it is advisable to read the document very carefully before opting to sign on the agreement. In essence, one must ask oneself whether the proposed sale of the Guaranteed loan to the Guarantor is compatible with his or her goals and objectives in terms of wealth creation or retirement. It may be that a better option exists in terms of a different financial instrument.
Debit Credit Cards: This kind of banking service may appear to be quite similar to the conventional banking services. However, there are distinct differences, as well as, potential for abuse of the system. For instance, it may not be entirely true that debit credit cards can be used to finance one’s primary residence. Such cards can only be used to purchase merchandise on which the card holder will earn a fixed rate of interest.
Savings and Investments: This kind of banking service involves both deposits and interests. An investor may make a deposit in his or her name or the account may be an Account of Deposits. If the interest rates are low, savings may be a good investment strategy; however, if the interest rates are high, savings may not be worthwhile unless you have a substantial amount of money to invest.
Mobile Banking: In banking services, mobile devices are a major part of the picture. Most banks provide customers with mobile access to banking transactions. Some of the banks provide cell phones with Internet access so that individuals can perform banking services on the go.
Open Banking Movement: The next step in the open banking movement is expected to be the ability for individuals to conduct banking transactions by using mobile devices. This would allow consumers to transact business without the need to leave home or travel long distances. Many banks have already adopted this technology. Google Fiber is working on providing internet access through mobile phones. Mobile devices will allow consumers to make purchases online as well as conduct other financial services. The end user will benefit from this open banking movement.