Investments glossary

General Agreements to Borrow (GAB)

General Agreements to Borrow (GAB) was a lending medium for members of the Group of Ten (G-10). Under GAB, G-10 countries deposited funds into the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a nation in economic distress to access. Usually, the loans made through GAB were temporary and designed to help address potential crisis situations.

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