Swingline Loan

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DEFINITION of 'Swingline Loan'

A loan that grants institutions access to large amounts of cash in order to cover possible shortfalls from other debt commitments.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Swingline Loan'

You could compare this to a line of credit or demand loan, as a swingline loan gives companies immediate access to large sums of cash on short notice.

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