During construction Citibank's Community Development Group provided a standby letter of credit to secure the financing.
What does SBLC stand for?
SBLC stands for Standby Letter of Credit
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 17 other meanings of SBLC in our Acronym Attic
- Surveillance Bronchoscopic Lung Biopsy
- Satisfactory but Limited by Lack of Endocervical Component
- S-Band Linear Collider
- SB Latex Council
- School Board of Levy County (Florida)
- School Building Level Committee
- Small Business Lending Companies
- South Baltimore Learning Center (Baltimore, MD)
- Southern Baptist Leadership Conference
- Standard Base Level Computer
- Standby Liquid Control (i.e., boron injection; nuclear power)
- Sudden Brake Lamp Controller
- Sustaining Base Level Computer
- Standard Base Level Computer Darkroom
- Standard Base Level Computer Enhancement Program
- Standard Base-Level Computer System
- Sigma-Bond-to-Ligand Charge Transfer (chemistry)
- Sierra Blanca Legal Defense Fund (Texas)
- Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series
- Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis (now Society of Biblical Literature)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Team International; * Standby Letter of Credit in Lieu of Termination Liability Prepayments; * Improved Payment Schedule Methodology; * Greater Customer Participation in FMS Related Contract Processes; * Customer Satisfaction Index; * Electronic Letter Of Offer and Acceptance Coordination; * Web-based Security Assistance Customer Handbook; * Electronic How To Guide For Letter Of Request Preparation; * Improved Case Closure and Reconciliation; and * Civilian Workforce Initiatives To fully appreciate what the Defense Security Cooperation Assistance (DSCA) is about to share with you, look back on how DSCA got here.
13, 1992 (prior to the end of the 2 1/2-month period), the calendar-year taxpayer purchased an irrevocable standby letter of credit to secure its obligation to pay the unpaid vacation benefits accrued during the year ended Dec.
83 when the employer purchased an irrevocable standby letter of credit to secure the payments.