nonconsolidated

nonconsolidated

(ˌnɒnkənˈsɒlɪˌdeɪtɪd)
adj
not consolidated
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3 per cent pay offer for some employees, with a nonconsolidated lump sum for others.
However, the often highly innovative owners of business start-ups still have to contend with a state and private support system that is nonconsolidated and largely inadequate.
On the other hand, 39 partners who do not have considerable experience (less than five years) and individual auditors who do not have much experience (less than 10 years), who have been called nonconsolidated auditors (NCA).
This was due primarily to equity in losses of nonconsolidated affiliates and higher interest expense, and offset in part by greater operating income and reduced losses on the extinguishment of debt.
An Ofgem spokesman said yesterday: "All of Ofgem's pay awards, including nonconsolidated performance-related bonuses, are set in accordance with Treasury guidance in the same way as for all civil servants.
As of November, Toyota had projected a nonconsolidated operating loss of 20 billion yen for the current year, with the automaker's assumed exchange rate set at 79 yen to the U.
Surgutneftegaz (SNGS RX, SNGSP RX) reported nonconsolidated RAS financial statements for 1Q 2012.
Chunghwa's internal calculations show that its nonconsolidated revenue reached NT$15.
The 2011 special committee report described the implementation of the cover-up strategy, relating that Olympus placed money or guaranteed borrowings into a secret nonconsolidated Receiver Fund corporation and then used those funds to buy overpriced companies at book value, thus recovering the original cash.
As a result, many in the financial markets complained that, without nonconsolidated financial statements, the reports were not very informative.
Information of the publicly available nonconsolidated financial accountancy of the companies from 2001 till 2006 was used for analysis.
Others might suggest, for instance, that a corporate taxpayer form a new wholly owned nonconsolidated corporate subsidiary in which all its assets are contributed before the first day of the next year.