Borrower. The party to whom a Lender makes a Loan. A person or company that borrows money from a Bank. More generally a party to a debt instrument that is obligated to repay the amount borrowed (principal) with interest and other fees according to the terms of the instrument.
A borrower can be any entity that is lent money by a Finance Provider and who pays it back over time on an agreed basis.
- Barron's Dictionary of Business and Economics Terms, Fifth Edition, 2012
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