permanent working capital

permanent working capital
An informal phrase used to describe the amount of short-term liabilities needed to offset a continuous or nearly continuous working capital shortfall. Also used as a name for a borrower's need for year-round working capital financing. This type of financing is usually needed by rapidly growing and/or undercapitalized firms and is usually provided by asset-based lenders. American Banker Glossary

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