solvency


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sol·vent

 (sŏl′vənt, sôl′-)
adj.
1. Capable of meeting financial obligations.
2. Chemistry Capable of dissolving another substance.
n.
1. Chemistry
a. A substance in which another substance is dissolved, forming a solution.
b. A substance, usually a liquid, capable of dissolving another substance.
2. Something that solves or explains.

[French, from Latin solvēns, solvent-, present participle of solvere, to loosen; see solve.]

sol′ven·cy n.

solvency

(ˈsɒlvənsɪ)
n
(Banking & Finance) ability to pay all debts

sol•ven•cy

(ˈsɒl vən si)

n.
the condition of being solvent.
[1720–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.solvency - the ability to meet maturing obligations as they come due
financial condition - the condition of (corporate or personal) finances
insolvency - the lack of financial resources
Translations
platební schopnostsolvence
solvens
maksukykysolvenssi

solvency

[ˈsɒlvənsɪ] N (Fin) → solvencia f

solvency

[ˈsɒlvənsi] nsolvabilité f

solvency

n (Fin) → Zahlungsfähigkeit f, → Solvenz f

solvency

[ˈsɒlvnsɪ] n (Fin) → solvibilità
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"Enough, enough," exclaimed the faithful servant of the State, choking with emotion; "here is a certificate of solvency."
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Dingall, the Treddleston grocer, was giving for butter, and the reasonable doubts that might be held as to his solvency, notwithstanding that Mrs.
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The Solvency II framework is laid down in Directive 2009/138/CE, adopted on 25 November 2009.
Solvency: Models, Assessment and Regulation, by Arne Sandstrom, 2006, Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL, pp.
The firm's oils are said to offer two important advantages, including high solvency and low temperature properties.
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These two new requirements will ensure plan solvency by guaranteeing that all stakeholders are involved in decisions impacting the solvency of their plans.
Relatively strong market returns and a slight upward move in interest rates contributed to an increase in average funding and solvency ratios for corporate and public pension funds last year, and drove endowment assets' growth rate to 7.7 percent.