underleveraged

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underleveraged

(ˌʌndəˈlɛvərɪdʒd)
adj
(Commerce) (of a business organization) having an excessively low ratio of debt capital to equity capital
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The key events we have in Bahrain are under-leveraged in the countries around us.
These tend to be companies that have high cashflow, operate in industries with significant barriers to entry, and are also under-leveraged.
lu, Partner and Regional Head of Turkey and Central Asia at The Abraaj Group, added: The Turkish banking sector loan book has increased tenfold in the last decade, yet Turkey remains an under-leveraged market with a household debt to GDP ratio that is approximately a third of the Eurozone average.
Selcuk Yorgancyoy-lu, Partner and Regional Head of Turkey and Central Asia at The Abraaj Group, added, "The Turkish banking sector loan book has increased tenfold in the last decade, yet Turkey remains an under-leveraged market with a household debt to GDP ratio that is approximately a third of the Euro zone average.
Many companies have little visibility into their external spend in a detailed and holistic manner; it is fragmented, managed in silos by disparate stakeholder groups, and under-leveraged as a result.
Egypt's outstanding cultural resources (41st) and long history are perhaps under-leveraged, as reflected in a surprisingly low rank (60th) for oral and intangible heritage," the report said.
The financial crises born in over-leveraged, developed markets of the past few years have helped spur interest in Islamic banking and finance, primarily in under-leveraged emerging markets.
Dell has, in general, under-leveraged its services arm.
Design is an under-leveraged tool, one with the power to cause a reaction, Maute declares.
We often hear this anecdotally from well-known leaders, yet most leadership development efforts do not connect "negative" experiences explicitly to capacity building and growth, therefore leaving their effects under-leveraged and untended.
We believe that housewares is still under-leveraged in the grocery world generally and that there is still room for growth," says Perry Reynolds, vice president, global trade development for the International Housewares Association, based in Rosemont, 111.
2x EV/EBITDA (based on 2014 estimates), Mubasher said, assessing the company as under-leveraged with a net debt-to-EBITDA ratio of 0.