Anticipated Balance

Anticipated Balance

The expected balance of a savings account over a given period of time, assuming a compound interest rate and an unchanging principal (not including added interest).
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The anticipated balance of Interserve's activity across this portfolio is
In an SPL match with such an anticipated balance of play, the away team would normally be expected to take no more or no fewer corners than the home team.
a) Adjustments relate to the anticipated balance sheet repositioning (assuming $2 billion in asset reduction) and merger transaction charge.
This rating action reflects C&F's successful completion of its business restructuring and recapitalization plans announced back in October of 1992, along with its satisfactory execution of anticipated balance sheet strengthening of its various companies that was essential to Best's affirmation.
The primary factors leading to the sale of these securities, which were classified in the held for sale portfolio, were the consideration of new accounting regulations facing the banking industry and anticipated balance sheet changes arising from merger and acquisition activity.
The Company intends to use the net proceeds from this offering for general corporate purposes, including contributions of capital to the Bank for anticipated balance sheet growth both organically and through opportunistic acquisitions.
These proceeds will be used to support anticipated balance sheet growth, which may include, among other things, contributions to the capital of Encore Bank, N.
Net proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes, which may include support of anticipated balance sheet growth, opening new branches and potential future acquisitions.
The Company maintains its previous guidance of cash and cash related accounts decrease of $15 to $17 million for calendar 2004, resulting in an anticipated balance at year-end of approximately $45 million.
In order to promote a better understanding of the announced transactions, the anticipated balance sheet impact of each is illustrated in Appendix A as if the transactions had occurred as of March 31, 2003.
CenterPoint has maintained stable financial measures over the past year, a trend that Fitch believes can be sustained throughout 2002 based on an anticipated balance between capital uses and sources.
This dividend will substantially exhaust Momentum's anticipated balance of Unrestricted Funds as of the distribution date.