Accounting / July 19, 2018 / Khloe Santiago
Suppose a business enters into a capital lease agreement for an asset worth 12,000 and agrees to pay a deposit of 1,500, leaving a balance of 10,500 to be financed by a capital lease with an implicit annual interest rate of 7% requiring a further four annual rental payments of 3,100.
Net interest margin or NIM denotes the difference between the interest income earned and the interest paid by a bank or financial institution relative to its interest-earning assets like cash. Thanks to its frequent usage, it’s become a part of the banking and financial lexicon.
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