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1. The ______________ is a uniform rating system developed by regulators where banks are
given a rating between one and five in each of the six categories and an overall rating.

CAMELS
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2. One of the 6 Cs of lending is ______________ which suggests that the lender must look at the
position of the business firm in the industry and the outlook of the industry to evaluate a loan.

condition
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3. One of the 6 Cs of lending is ______________ which suggests that a lender must ensure that
the borrower is legally entitled to sign a binding loan agreement. For an individual this entails
making sure the borrower is of a legal age to sign a contract.

capacity
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4. When a bank purchases a whole loan or a piece of a loan from another bank, they are
purchasing what is known as a ___________________________.

participation
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5. Loans that have minor weaknesses because a bank has not followed its written loan policy or
which have missing documentation are called ______________ loans.

criticized
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6. ____________________________ loans are ones that are extended to farmers and ranchers
to assist in planting crops, harvesting crops, and to support the feeding and care of livestock.

Agriculture
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7. ___________________________, usually large banks, devote a bulk of their credit portfolio to


large-denomination loans directed towards corporations and other businesses.

Wholesale lenders
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8. ____________________________ loans are ones that are secured by land, buildings, and
other structures. These loans can be short term construction loans or longer term loans to
finance the purchase of homes and apartments among others.

Real estate
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9. A(n) ______________ is a written contract signed by a borrower and states the principal
amount of the loan, the interest rate on the loan, and the terms under which repayment must
take place.

promissory note
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10. ____________________________ are certain actions that a borrower must take during a loan
period. Examples include filing periodic financial statements with the bank and purchasing
insurance on any collateral pledged.

Affirmative covenants
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11. Credit extended to banks, insurance companies, finance companies, and other similar
institutions is known as _______________.

financial institution loans


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12. ______________ loans are ones that carry a strong probability of loss to the bank.

Doubtful
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13. A(n) ______________ is the process of resolving a troubled loan so that a bank can recover
its loaned funds.

loan workout
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14. ______________ is one of the key features of any loan. This is one of the Cs of lending that
examines whether a borrower will be able to generate enough liquid assets to repay the loan.

Cash
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15. A bank's _____________________________________ gives its loan officers specific


guidelines in making individual loan decisions and in shaping the overall loan portfolio.

written loan policy


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16. An approach that divides the cash flows of a firm into three principal sources, namely cash
flow from operations, cash flow from financing activities, and cash flow from investing
activities, is known as the _____________ cash flow method.

direct
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17. ______________________ loans are those that are granted to businesses to cover purchases
of inventory, paying taxes, and meeting payrolls.

Commercial and industrial (C&I)


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18. ________________________ include credit to finance the purchase of automobiles, mobile


homes, appliances, and other retail goods and services purchased by consumers.

Loans to individuals (consumer loans)


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19. ________________________ are types of loans where a lender buys equipment or vehicles
and rents them to its customers.

Lease financing receivables


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20. Smaller banks tend to emphasize on _________________ in the form of smaller denomination
personal cash loans and home mortgage loans extended to individuals and families as well as
smaller business loans.

retail credit
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21. The loan mix of any lending institution depends heavily on the _____________________ that
each loan offers compared to all other assets a lending institution can acquire.

expected yield
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22. Under the ___________________________ Act, no individual can be denied credit because
of race, sex, religious affiliation, age or receipt of public assistance.

Equal Credit Opportunity


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23. One of the elements of CAMELS rating system is _____________________ which looks at
the quality of a bank's loans. Examiners look at all loans over a certain size and a random
selection of all other loans when looking at this aspect of a bank.

asset quality
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24. One of the six Cs of lending is ______________________ which looks at whether the
borrower has a well-defined purpose for the loan and a serious intent to repay the loan.

character
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25. One of the most widely consulted sources of data on business firms is ______________ which
was founded in Philadelphia in 1914 to exchange credit information among business lending
institutions and to organize conferences and publish educational materials to train loan officers
and credit analysts.

Risk Management Associates (RMA)


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26. One of the problems with the newer lending model called _________________ was found to
at least partially contribute to the recent crisis in the mortgage market.

"Streamlining"
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27. In the mortgage environment of the early 2000s, lenders were encouraged to sell individual
loans and packages of loans to buy more liquid securities, thus shifting much of the risk of
lending to capital markets. This process is referred to as _________________.

securitization
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28. The risk of change in the quality of assets due to factors such as changes in the economy,
natural disasters, and regulations are referred to as __________ factors, while management
errors, illegal manipulation, and ineffective lending policies are considered as ___________
factors.

external; internal
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29. In a loan workout process, the preferred option is nearly always to seek a ___________, which
gives both the lending institution and its customer a chance to restore normal operations.

revised loan agreement


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30. The principal reason why banks are chartered by federal and state governments is to make
loans to their customers.

TRUE
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31. Risk in banking tends to be concentrated in a bank's loan portfolio.

TRUE
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32. Real estate lending is popular with banks, in part, due to the growth of the secondary
mortgage market.

TRUE
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33. At least once in a year, banks in the United States are required to report the composition of
their loan portfolio by purpose of loan on a report form known as Schedule A.

TRUE
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34. Smaller banks tend to emphasize wholesale banking services.

FALSE
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35. Retail credit in banking refers to such loans as residential mortgages and installment loans to
individuals.

TRUE
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36. Loans made by a particular bank secured by its own stock are not usually permitted except
under special circumstances.

TRUE
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37. According to the Community Reinvestment Act, selected lenders must make an "affirmative
effort" to provide loans and other services to all credit-worthy borrowers in their chosen service
area.

TRUE
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38. Loans to minors are not legally enforceable contracts in most states.

TRUE
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39. The letter "C" in the CAMELS rating system for banks in the U.S. refers to the "condition" of a
bank.

FALSE
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40. The letter "M" in the CAMELS rating system for banks in the U.S. refers to the "management
quality" of a bank.
TRUE
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41. The process of loan review means that a loan committee must generally approve a loan before
the borrower is told the loan is approved.

FALSE
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42. Troubled loans normally are subject to more frequent reviews than sound loans.

TRUE
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43. Credit card loans are generally more profitable for small and medium-size banks than for the
large banks.

FALSE
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44. Banks should concentrate their lending on those types of loans in which they have the greatest
cost advantage.

TRUE
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45. Construction loans by a bank fall under the loan category known as commercial and industrial
loans.

FALSE
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46. If the economy slows down, a bank should review its outstanding loans more frequently.

TRUE
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47. Loans granted to businesses appear to convey positive information to the market place about
a borrower's credit quality, enabling a borrower to obtain more and cheaper funds from other
sources.

TRUE
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48. Loans to a bank's officers, extended for purposes other than purchase of a home or funding
education and those that are not fully backed by government securities, cannot exceed 2.5
percent of the bank's capital and unimpaired surplus or $25,000 whichever is larger but cannot
exceed $100,000.

TRUE
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49. Financial institutions that disagree with an examiner's classifications of their loans can appeal
against these ratings.

TRUE
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50. A rating of "5" is the highest and the best rating that a U.S. bank can receive under the
CAMELS rating system.

FALSE
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51. Accounts receivable financing entails a bank actually taking over the ownership of receivables,
whereas factoring entails a bank merely lending money against a borrowing customer's
receivables and the customer still retains the ownership of the receivables.

FALSE
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52. A restriction against a borrower taking on new debt during a loan period is an affirmative
covenant in a loan contract.

FALSE
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53. Loan review is considered to be a luxury, not a necessity for most banks, especially those with
sound lending policies.

FALSE
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54. Cash is one of the six Cs of lending and refers to the fact that the lender wants to make sure
that the borrower has the ability to generate enough cash to repay the loan.

TRUE
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55. There are three principal sources of cash to repay a loan. These are cash flows generated
from sales or income, funds generated from the liquidation of assets, and, funds raised by
selling debt or equity securities.

TRUE
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56. Negative covenants require the borrower to take certain actions, such as periodically filing of
financial statements and maintaining insurance coverage.

FALSE
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57. Affirmative covenants restrict a borrower from doing certain things, like taking on new debt
without the lender's approval.

FALSE
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58. For ease and convenience, most banks have the loan review conducted by the same person
who makes the loan. This is particularly true of large banks.

FALSE
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59. A loan workout is when a bank and its customer initially negotiate the terms of a loan.

FALSE
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60. A written loan policy gives loan officers and the bank's management specific guidelines in
making individual loan decisions and in forming the bank's loan portfolio.

TRUE
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61. Commercial and industrial loans are loans to businesses to cover such things as purchasing
inventory, paying taxes, and meeting payroll expenses.

TRUE
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62. Agriculture loans are ones that are made to individuals to finance vacations, purchase durable
goods, and other retail goods.

FALSE
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63. The "A" in the CAMELS rating system stands for asset quality.

TRUE
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64. Net cash flow from operations is a borrower's net income expressed in cash rather than on an
accrual basis.

TRUE
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65. The "direct cash flow" method and "cash flow by origin" are two very different ways of
assessing the cash flows of a potential borrower.
FALSE
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66. Commercial banks are the largest originator of household loans.

TRUE
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67. Following the recent global credit crisis, regulators have begun to emphasize the need for loan
originators to know their borrowers better and retain some of the risk on loans that they sell.

TRUE
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68. The principal economic function of banks is to:

A. take
deposits
.
B. make loans.
C. sell financial services.
D. encourage spending.
E. None of the options is correct.

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69. Loans extended to finance the purchase of


automobiles, mobile homes, home appliances,
and vacations are classified as:

A. real
estate
loans.
B. financial institution loans.
C. agricultural loans.
D. commercial and industrial loans.
E. None of the options is correct.

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70. According to the textbook, the largest category (by


dollar volume) of loans extended by U.S. banks
is:

A. real
estate
loans.
B. financial institution loans.
C. agricultural loans.
D. commercial and industrial loans.
E. None of the options is correct.

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71. Banks that emphasize on lending to commercial


customers are categorized as:

A. wholesale
banks.
B. retail banks.
C. personal banks.
D. investment banks.
E. regional banks.

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72. The maximum outstanding loans for all FDIC-


insured institutions are classified as:

A. lease financing
receivables.
B. miscellaneous loans.
C. loans to depository institutions.
D. real estate loans.
E. agricultural loans.

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73. In the United States, national banks cannot extend


an unsecured loan to a single borrower that
exceeds _____________ of the bank's capital and
surplus.

A. 25
perce
nt
B. 10 percent
C. 15 percent
D. 20 percent
E. None of the options is correct

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74. Real estate loans made by national banks in the


U.S. cannot exceed:
A. 15 percent of that ban
assets or 25 percent o
capital.
B. that bank's total capital and surplus or 70 percent of its
whichever is greater.
C. 20 percent of that bank's capital and surplus or 80 perc
whichever is lesser.
D. 25 percent of capital or 10 percent of core deposits of th
E. None of the options is correct.

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75. Loans to finance one-to-four family homes fall


under which loan category?

A. Commercial and
industrial loans
B. Real estate loans
C. Loans to individuals
D. Single-payment loans
E. None of the options is correct.

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76. Loans providing credit to finance the purchase of


automobiles, mobile homes, appliances, and other
retail goods to repair and modernize homes are
classified under the category:

A. financial
institution
loans.
B. commercial industrial.
C. loans to individuals.
D. miscellaneous loans.
E. None of the options is correct.

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77. Loans extended to farm and ranch operations to


assist in planting and harvesting crops and to
support the feeding and care of livestock are
known as:

A. real
estate
loans.
B. commercial and industrial loans.
C. land loans.
D. agricultural loans.
E. None of the options is correct.

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78. Loans granted to businesses to cover such


expenses as purchasing inventories, paying taxes,
and meeting payrolls are known as:

A. commercial and
industrial loans.
B. agricultural loans.
C. real estate loans.
D. loans to individuals.
E. None of the options is correct.

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79. A lender that makes a loan to a minor would be


violating which of the 6 Cs of lending?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Control
E. Collateral

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80. A lender that makes a loan that violates its written


loan policy would be violating which of the 6 Cs of
lending?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Control
E. Collateral

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81. Which of the following is a factor in determining


the mix of loans that a bank has?
A. Location of
the bank
B. Size of the bank
C. Written loan policy of the bank
D. Experience and expertise of the management
E. All of the options are factors in determining the mix of lo

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82. A loan to a local business to purchase a new


machine would be categorized as:

A. a
consumer
loan.
B. an agriculture loan.
C. a commercial and industrial loan.
D. a real estate loan.
E. None of the options is correct.

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83. A lender's secondary source of repayment in case


of a default is:

A. capa
city.
B. collateral.
C. character.
D. capital.
E. credit.

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84. A lender that makes a loan to an individual whose


only income is commission based and who hasn't
made a sale in six weeks may be violating which
of the 6 Cs of lending?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Control
E. Collateral
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85. Sean Carter has an excellent credit rating. Which


of the 6 Cs of lending would this piece of
information belong to?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Collateral
E. Conditions

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86. First National Bank of Edmond asks a prospective


customer for her driver's license. Which of the 6
Cs of lending would this piece of information
belong to?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Collateral
E. Conditions

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87. A loan officer of Second National Bank of Laramie


decides to review the insurance coverage of one
of its business customers. Which of the 6 Cs of
lending would this piece of information belong to?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Collateral
E. Conditions

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88. The TRC Company is required by its bank to pay


no dividend over $3 per share. What is this
restraint known as?
A. An
affirmative
covenant
B. A negative covenant
C. A special covenant
D. A horizontal covenant
E. None of the options is correct

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89. A bank that primarily makes its loans to


individuals, families, and small businesses is
categorized as:

A. a retail
bank
B. a wholesale lender
C. a money center bank
D. a money market bank
E. None of the options is correct

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90. The process of resolving a troubled loan so that a


lender can recover its funds is called:

A. loan
review.
B. written loan policy.
C. loan workout.
D. loan commitment agreement.
E. None of the options is correct.

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91. Which of the following is a sign of a potential loan


problem?

A. Timely receipt of f
from the company
B. Regular increase in the stock price of the company that
C. Increase in earnings for each of the last three years of a
D. Changes in the methods used to account for inventory,
E. All of the options are signs of problems with the loan

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92. Which of the following should be part of the written


loan policy?

A. Lending authority of each


loan officer and loan
committee
B. Lines of responsibility for finding and reporting informat
C. A statement of quality standards for all loans
D. A statement for the preferred upper limit for total loans o
E. All of the options should be part of the written loan polic

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93. A lender reviews the partnership agreement of one


of its small business customers. Which of the 6 Cs
of lending would this piece of information belong
to?

A. Chara
cter
B. Capacity
C. Cash
D. Collateral
E. Conditions

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94. Which of the following requires that bank loans to


insiders be priced at market rates?

A. Community
Reinvestment Act of
1977
B. Equal Credit Opportunity Act of 1974
C. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
D. Bank Lending Act of 2003
E. U.S. Patriot Act

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95. A method whereby a loan officer focuses on why a


borrower's cash flows may change over time is
known as:

A. indirect
cash flow.
B. direct cash flow.
C. pervasive cash flow.
D. variable cash flow.
E. total cash flow.

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96. The South Carolina National Bank makes a loan to


the Heritage Credit Union. What type of loan did
this bank make?

A. Financial
institution
loan
B. Commercial and industrial loan
C. Loans to individuals
D. Miscellaneous loans
E. Lease financing receivables

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97. A loan for Colin Beverly to purchase a new Mazda


Miata would fit into which of the following
categories of bank loans?

A. Financial
institution
loan
B. Commercial and industrial loan
C. Loan to an Individual
D. Miscellaneous loan
E. Lease financing receivables

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98. The Price Bank of Edmond makes a loan to Home


Depot. What type of loan has this bank made?

A. Financial
institution
loan
B. Commercial and industrial loan
C. Loan to an individual
D. Miscellaneous loan
E. Lease financing receivables

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99. The First State Bank of Duncan buys railroad cars


and rents them to the Santa Fe Railroad
Company. What type of loan has this bank made?

A. Financial
institution
loan
B. Commercial and industrial loan
C. Loan to an individual
D. Miscellaneous loan
E. Lease financing receivables

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100. The Third National Bank of Wichita makes a loan


so that Tim Bridges can buy 1,000 shares of Coca
Cola stock. Which category of loans would this
loan fit in best?

A. Financial
institution
loan
B. Commercial and industrial loan
C. Loan to an individual
D. Miscellaneous loan
E. Lease financing receivables

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101. The First State Bank is located in Guyman which


is in the middle of the wheat country of Oklahoma
and as a result many of its loans are agriculture
loans. What factor determining the growth and mix
of loans does this fact reflect?

A. Characteristics of
the market area
B. Lender size
C. The experience and expertise of management
D. The written loan policy of the bank
E. Bank regulations

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102. The Second State Bank has less than $100 million
in assets and as a result primarily makes real
estate loans, other consumer loans and loans to
very small businesses. What factor determining
the growth and mix of loans does this fact reflect?
A. Characteristics of
the market area
B. Lender size
C. The experience and expertise of management
D. The written loan policy of the bank
E. Bank regulations

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103. Geoff Willis and Mary Williams, president and


CEO respectively of the First National Bank of
Edmond, come from a background in retail
banking. As a strategic initiative, they have
decided to focus their lending activities on
consumer loans and loans to small business.
What factor determining the growth and mix of
loans does this fact reflect?

A. Characteristics of
the market area
B. Lender size
C. The experience and expertise of management
D. The written loan policy of the bank
E. Bank regulations

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104. First State Bank's loan policy manual states ‘that


the goal of the bank is to make high quality loans
for home mortgages, the purchase of automobiles
and small business accounts receivables'. What
factor determining the growth and mix of loans
does this fact reflect?

A. Characteristics of
the market area
B. Lender Size
C. The experience and expertise of management
D. The written loan policy of the bank
E. Bank regulations

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105. The Second National Bank has capital and surplus


of $100 million. The bank has decided that the
most that it can loan to the Krumlova
Manufacturing Company is $15 million. What
factor determining the growth and mix of loans
does this most likely reflect for the bank?

A. Characteristics of
the market area
B. Lender size
C. The experience and expertise of management
D. The written loan policy of the bank
E. Bank regulations

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106. Loans that examiners consider as having


significant weaknesses or those represent a
dangerous concentration of credit in one borrower
or industry are called:

A. criticized
loans.
B. scheduled loans.
C. substandard loans.
D. doubtful loans.
E. loss loans.

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107. A loan that examiners regard as uncollectible and


unsuitable to be called a bank asset is called a:

A. criticize
d loan.
B. scheduled loan.
C. substandard loan.
D. doubtful loan.
E. loss loan.

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108. The law that requires banks to make ‘an


affirmative effort' to meet the credit needs of
individuals and businesses in their trade territories
is called:

A. The
Sarbanes-
Oxley Act.
B. The Community Reinvestment Act.
C. The Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
D. The Truth in Lending Act.
E. None of the options is correct.

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109. The law that prevents individuals from being


denied credit because of race, sex, religious
affiliation, age or receipt of public assistance is
called:

A. The
Sarbanes-
Oxley Act.
B. The Community Reinvestment Act.
C. The Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
D. The Truth in Lending Act.
E. None of the options is correct.

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110. Dan Cross is a junior loan officer with First State


Bank of Durant. He has been busy visiting local
businesses to see if any of them need credit.
Which step in the lending process is Dan
performing?

A. Finding
prospective
customers
B. Evaluating a customer's character and sincerity
C. Making a site visit and evaluating a customer's credit hi
D. Evaluating a prospective customer's financial condition
E. Assessing possible collateral and signing the loan agre

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111. Shelby Mann is a loan officer with the First


National Bank. She interviews a potential loan
customer to find out exactly why the person needs
the loan and whether he would be serious about
repaying the loan. Which step in the lending
process is Shelby performing?

A. Finding
prospective
customers
B. Evaluating a customer's character and sincerity
C. Making a site visit and evaluating a customer's credit hi
D. Evaluating a prospective customer's financial condition
E. Assessing possible collateral and signing the loan agre

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112. Jessica Simpson, a loan officer with First National


Bank, visits the Tate Manufacturing Company and
talks to other lenders to see their experience with
Tate Manufacturing. What step in the lending
process is Jessica performing?

A. Finding
prospective
customers
B. Evaluating a customer's character and sincerity
C. Making a site visit and evaluating a customer's credit hi
D. Evaluating a prospective customer's financial condition
E. Assessing possible collateral and signing the loan agre

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113. Terry May, a loan officer with First National Bank,


calculates liquidity and debt ratios for the Lava
Lamp Company and also examines their cash flow
statement. What step in the lending process is
Terry performing?

A. Finding
prospective
customers
B. Evaluating a customer's character and sincerity
C. Making a site visit and evaluating a customer's credit hi
D. Evaluating a prospective customer's financial condition
E. Assessing possible collateral and signing the loan agre

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114. Jerry LeGere, a loan officer with First National


Bank, checks to see if the house pledged to back
up a home mortgage has a clear title and proper
insurance. What step in the lending process is
Jerry performing?

A. Finding
prospective
customers
B. Evaluating a customer's character and sincerity
C. Making a site visit and evaluating a customer's credit hi
D. Evaluating a prospective customer's financial condition
E. Assessing possible collateral and signing the loan agre

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115. The Tate Manufacturing Company has $150


million in sales revenue with $90 million in cost of
goods sold. It has selling and administrative
expenses of $10, pays annual taxes in the amount
of $10 and has depreciation and other non-cash
expenses of $30 million. What are this firm's
annual projected cash flows?

A. $150
million
B. $60 million
C. $70 million
D. $40 million
E. None of the options is correct

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116. A depository institution's _________________


normally determines its legal lending limit to a
single borrower.

A. volume of
capital
B. number of customers
C. number of employees
D. number of offices
E. profitability

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117. Net yield for a bank is calculated as:

A. total revenues
received/total loan
volume.
B. fee income/total value of services rendered
C. total revenues received/total capital.
D. (total revenues received - expenses and losses)/total lo
E. (total revenues received - expenses and losses)/total ca

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118. Royal Bank of New York, a U.S. national bank, has


$25 million in capital and surpluses and $42
million in total time and savings deposits. Average
revenue for the bank in the last three years is $8.5
million and a net interest income of $2.1 million.
What is the maximum volume of real estate loans
that the bank can make?

A. $25
million
B. $29.4 million
C. $8.5 million
D. $25.5 million
E. $2.1 million

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119. Standard Bank, a U.S. national bank, has $50


million in unimpaired capital and surpluses and
$86 million in total time and savings deposits.
Average revenue for the bank in the last three
years is $12.5 million and a net interest income of
$3.2 million. Pluto Inc. has applied for an
unsecured loan of $9 million to the bank. What is
the maximum amount of loan the bank can make
to Pluto?

A. $9
millio
n
B. $4.5 million
C. $7.5 million
D. $0.9 million
E. The bank cannot make unsecured loans

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120. Standard Side Bank, a U.S. national bank, has


$50 million in unimpaired capital and surpluses
and $86 million in total time and savings deposits.
Average revenue for the bank in the last three
years is $12.5 million and a net interest income of
$3.2 million. Pluto Inc. has applied for a loan of $9
million to the bank against which it is willing to
provide $1 million worth of ten-year treasury
securities. What is the maximum amount of loan
the bank can make to Pluto?

A. $9
millio
n
B. $4.5 million
C. $7.5 million
D. $8.5 million
E. $1 million

Rose - Chapter 16 #120

121. Timothy Gartner, an employee in the Bank of Trust


and Faith, has requested for a loan of $200,000 to
buy a private cruise. The bank has an unimpaired
capital and surplus of $38 million and $75 million
in total time and savings deposits. Average
revenue for the bank in the last three years is
$18.5 million and a net interest income of $5.2
million. What is the maximum amount of loan the
bank can grant to Timothy?

A. $950,
000
B. $200,000
C. $25,000
D. $100,000
E. The bank cannot make loans to its own employees

Rose - Chapter 16 #121

122. Disclosure laws require that a borrower be quoted


the "true cost" of a loan, as reflected in the:

A. internal rate of
return (IRR).
B. annual percentage rate (APR).
C. net present value (NPV).
D. flat rate of interest.
E. interest rate on reducing balance.

Rose - Chapter 16 #122

123. Typically, loan examiners place adversely


classified loans into three categories. Loans in
which the margin of protection is inadequate due
to weaknesses in collateral or in the borrower's
repayment abilities are categorized as:

A. substanda
rd loans.
B. loss loans.
C. doubtful loans.
D. unproductive loans.
E. bad loans.

Rose - Chapter 16 #123

124. A good collateral for the purpose of protecting a


lender should be:

A. dura
ble.
B. easy to identify.
C. marketable.
D. stable in value.
E. All the options are qualities of a good collateral.

Rose - Chapter 16 #124

125. A written document in which a lender promises to


make credit available to a borrower, over a
designated future period, up to a maximum
amount in return for a commitment fee is known as
a(n):

A. negative
covenant.
B. loan guarantee agreement.
C. loan policy agreement.
D. loan commitment agreement.
E. affirmative covenant.

Rose - Chapter 16 #125


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