PET - Plain English Taxonomy

Label: Assets Exposures Lending Commitments Excluding Revolving Credit New 391 Amount
TREF ID: DE8681
Data Type: xbrli:monetaryItemType
Period Type: duration
Balance Type: debit
Business Description & Guidance:
This is the value of new lending commitments, or firm offers, other than those in the form of revolving credit loans, provided by the reporting party during the relevant period, regardless of whether or not they have subsequently been withdrawn, or cancelled, during or after the period. New commitments will also include commitments for hire purchase agreements, commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements, commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn down, and commitment for standby agreements. Do not report commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements, the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client, bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held, commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs) and commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments.A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Revolving credit facilities involve a commitment for a credit or borrowing limit and where the extent of the borrowings used at any one time may be for any amount up to the authorised limit. Repayments (other than of changes and interest) reduce the borrowings thereby increasing the amount of unused credit available.With transactions involving a change of residence, you should treat the discharge of the existing loan and the commitment to a new loan as separate events, and report the total value of the new loan as a new commitment.. 

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New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
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New Credit Approvals - Fixed-term Loans
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Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.
Label:
Guidance:
New Commitments for Fixed Loans
The purpose of the loan is that specified by the borrower. Multi-purpose loans should be split and each component reported in the appropriate purpose classification. Where this is not possible the whole loan should be classified to the major purpose. A commitment is a firm offer to provide finance which has been accepted by the client. A commitment generally exists once the loan application has been approved, and a loan contract or letter of offer has been issued to the borrower. Please note that the items listed under 'Include' and 'Exclude' are examples and should not be taken as a complete list of items to be included or excluded. Include: - commitments for hire purchase agreements for commercial finance; - commitments for debt participation in leveraged lease agreements; - commitments that involve or make provision for the issue of bills of exchange to be accepted, discounted or drawn by you; - new commitments which have also been cancelled during the month; - commitments for standby agreements; and - commitments for revolving credit loans to individuals secured by mortgage (mortgage backed overdrafts) on residential properties where the stated purpose at application is as a commercial line of credit. Exclude: - commitments for lease agreements (other than hire purchase agreements and debt participation in leveraged lease agreements), these should be reported on ARF 393.0 Lease Finance; - deposits with financial institutions; - the purchase of securities unless it involves a direct commitment to a client; - bills of exchange and promissory notes purchased and held; - commitments contingent on some specified eventuality (e.g. bill endorsement, guarantees, letter of credit) unless and until that eventuality occurs; - commitments for discounts which exists as options under acceptance commitments; and - commitments for personal investment loans should be reported on ARF 394.0 Personal Finance.