Banks must also regularly conduct liquidity stress tests and "maintain an adequate cushion of unencumbered, high quality liquid assets
to be held as insurance against a range of liquidity stress scenarios.
Results show that the associations between parents' liquid assets
and college attendance became significantly stronger among the latter cohort, suggesting the increasing importance of liquid assets
In this regard, he underlined that the liquid assets
available at the Revenues Regulation Funds (FRR) amounted to DZD 4,300 billion and volume of official foreign exchange reserves hit US$ 150 billion by end July 2010.
The decision has been taken to facilitate and encourage the flow of bank credit to consumer and SME financing sectors as now the banks may consider gold ornaments and gold bullion as Liquid Assets
to extend credit.
Total assets increased by 11pc, liquid assets
by 55pc, finance and investments by 4pc, deposits by 13pc and shareholders equity by 5pc compared with the year end.
paying bills late, receiving calls from creditors) and Factor 2, exhaustion of liquid assets
Effective January 2006, this rule again resulted in a large number of residents being ineligible for Medicaid benefits but without liquid assets
to pay for their care.
cedants, and simultaneously liquidate assets to pay claims being settled, forces reinsurers to shift their investment strategies and portfolios to highly liquid assets
that could reduce investment returns for reinsurers and therefore could arguably affect the amount of offshore capacity available to U.
challenges the popular notion that future water wars are unavoidable.
In no way does the minor work they performed support the claim that Liquid Assets
or Greg Smith constructed or designed this pool.
Third, S's lack of liquid assets
after the transfer to SFLP is evidence that some arrangement to meet his expenses must have been made.
The report defined millionaires as "high-net-worth individuals" or those with at least $1 million in financial or liquid assets