syndicated

syndicate syn‧di‧cate 2 [ˈsɪndkeɪt] verb [transitive]
1. FINANCE if a company, especially a bank or insurance company, syndicates a loan, debt etc, it provides the loan, debt etc with a group of other companies:
syndicate something to

• Some of the largest loans were syndicated to smaller creditors.

2. to arrange for articles, photographs, or radio or television programmes to be sold to severa; newspapers, television stations etc:
syndicate be syndicated

• The broadcasting station asked him to put together a talk show that could be syndicated nationally.

— syndicated adjective [only before a noun] :

• The sale proceeds will be used to help the firm renegotiate its syndicated debts.

• Most stations will seek to fill the 60 minutes with syndicated programming.

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syndicated UK US /ˈsɪndɪkeɪtɪd/ adjective [before noun]
FINANCE provided by a group of financial organizations who share the risk: syndicated credit facility/deal/loan »

A third of the sum required for the project was raised through syndicated bank loans.

COMMUNICATIONS, COMMERCE sold to different television companies, newspapers, etc. around the world: a syndicated column/programme/show »

He works as a producer on an internationally syndicated talk show.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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