mitigant


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mitigant

(ˈmɪtɪɡənt)
n
a means of easing, lessening or assuaging
adj
having the capacity to ease, lessen or assuage
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"Additionally, this opportunity comes with 23,618 s/f of unused air rights to mitigant the risk of the current tenant vacating the property at lease expiration in 10 years."
This approach has also vitalised local capital markets as it attaches a strong credit mitigant instrument on a local currency bond issuance.
"If there is going to be an El Nintildeo phenomenon that could happen any time during the year, this could be addressed by such mitigant as out-quota importation," Guinigundo said.
Place will also be working with Easton-basedBlue Ocean Biosystems Inc.to evaluate the use of oolitic aragonite (OA), a calcium carbonate mineral similar to limestone, as a phosphorus mitigant and recovery solution, as well as identifying beneficial indigenous nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria that can colonize and proliferate in OA.
Also, 'the credit risk mitigant offered by MFIs will provide added cushion for the credit risk exposures of the banking system,' the BSP added.
Another important risk mitigant is AAIB's effective risk absorption capacity as demonstrated by its strengthened operating profitability.
The government's significant resources together with liquid foreign assets in the banking system, which amounted to about $30 billion as of May, according to Moody's estimates, provide a strong mitigant against liquidity issues in the short term.
The only risk mitigant is to stay prudent and be selective in risk exposure, either funding capital investment or the working capital cycle.
"This, in turn, acts as a strong mitigant against trade fails," Stevens said.
These buffers provide, in Moody's view, a significant mitigant against both the expected asset quality pressures and the high level of concentration risk in banks' loan books.
"That automatically acts as an immediate mitigant to risk." While securitised sukuk can also be used by financial institutions to boost Basel III capital-adequacy requirements, they haven't taken hold because they tend to be more expensive, Badlisyah said.
"It will be a mitigant for the bank against any potential financial crisis in the future so we will not face the problems that we faced in 2008, which took us to the point where the bank could have defaulted," he said.