prudentiality

prudentiality

(pruːˌdɛnʃɪˈælɪtɪ)
n
prudential nature or practice
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International banks did not uphold prudentiality as they continued to lend in the region even when signs of economic weakness emerged; they also expected a quasi-guarantee from governments when projects failed.
Related to the prudential surveillance this is a specific method used in the banking sector to control the credit institutions' prudentiality indexes (26).
But legal prudentiality without a transcendent commitment to the meaningfulness of the world, characteristic of much of contemporary philosophic thought, will not hold up well either.