unperforming

unperforming

(ˌʌnpəˈfɔːmɪŋ)
adj
not performing
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The same NAMA that was supposed to bail out the banks by taking their unperforming loans.
During the post-bubble period of the 1990s, Japanese banks faced substantial difficulties, such as huge unperforming loans.
Simons -- who joined Hazlewood in 1979 with its acquisition of The Manor Vinegar Brewery Company -- will remain on the board with responsibility for improving the returns of its unperforming convenience and horticulture businesses in the UK.
The new labour law introduces temporary contracts; the social security reform raises the minimum retirement age and years of contribution and tightens eligibility conditions for a number of special regimes; and the administrative reform introduces a salary cap for all civil servants and makes it possible to fire unperforming and redundant civil servants.