liquid assets


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Noun1.liquid assets - assets in the form of cash (or easily convertible into cash)
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
assets - anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company
capital, working capital - assets available for use in the production of further assets
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liquid assets

npl (Fin) → attività fpl liquide
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Historical and forecast data for both the number of individuals and the value of liquid assets are segmented by 15 liquid asset bands and 12 regions within the UK.
The FSR remains constrained by the increase in non-performing loans (NPLs), low net liquid assets and modest returns.
In quantitative requirements banks are mandated to keep a minimum level of liquid assets to meet sort term liquidity stress.
The firm said that it was offering a Liquidity Access solution designed to help banks and broker-dealers manage and monitor their liquid assets.
5 trillion in assets under custody, today announced the launch of 'Liquidity Access', a comprehensive solution designed to help banks and broker dealers manage and monitor their liquid assets.
In a consultation paper (CP5/14) published in March, the UK Central Bank, the Bank of England, revealed it is looking at ways of raising the number of Shari'ah- compliant assets permissible in the UK that Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) may include in their liquid assets buffer.
A corporation's liquid assets generally include any stock that a corporation may own (Regs.
The trust presently has more than $700 million in liquid assets, plus non-liquid equity and debt holdings of the Manville Corp.
This reflects a healthy capitalisation, steady core earnings, and a solid stock of liquid assets, its leading Islamic franchise and the bank's management, in what remain uncertain economic conditions worldwide," said a press release.
service versus manufacturing), and the various opinions as to the exact application of mathematical analysis, Bardahl brought only a degree of certainty to the outcome of an AET case, even given the IRS's concession that working capital is an acceptable reason for accumulating earnings as liquid assets.
In addition, liquid assets on the parent company's balance sheet have been bolstered to an amount in excess of short-term liabilities, including commercial paper.
Circular Number 30/2012 issued on 12 July stipulates that by 1 January 2013 lenders must hold 10 per cent of their liabilities in liquid assets.