Definitions for "COMMERCIAL BANK"
A financial institution authorized to provide a variety of financial services, including consumer and business loans (generally short-term), checking services, credit cards and savings accounts. Certain deposits at most commercial banks are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Commercial banks may be members of the Federal Reserve System.
A bank owned by shareholders that accepts deposits, makes commercial and industrial loans and provides other banking services for the public. Also called a full-service bank.
An institution legally authorized to issue demand deposit accounts, as opposed to a thrift institution or investment bank, which are not so empowered.
Keywords:  cosigner, covenant
cosigner covenant
a corporation, and its owners are the stockholders
Keywords:  loan
Commercial Loan