Core capital

Core capital

The capital required of a thrift institution, which must be at least 2% of assets to meet the rules of the Federal Home Loan Bank.

Core Capital

The capital that a thrift is required to maintain. According to FHLB rules, a thrift must have enough core capital to cover 2% of its assets.
References in periodicals archive ?
3 million in seed funding round led by Core Capital and Boulder Ventures.
Consolidation will dominate commercial banks' activities in Kenya in the next three years following the government's recent move to raise their core capital.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has asked Italy-based Monte dei Paschi di Siena to raise its core capital.
9m) in a Series A round led by Genacast Ventures and Core Capital Partners.
Buyer: Core Capital Partners, The Hive , Genacast Ventures, Kinetic Ventures, Revel Partners
The gain in the so-called core capital goods outpaced economists' expectations for only a 0.
He is the managing director of Core Capital Partners, a venture capital firm in Washington, D.
It expects the EBA proforma core capital ratio to surpass 9% at June 2012, rising from 8.
The underlying core capital of banks in some African regions has increased by 10% in the past 12 months and our survey of the Top 100 Banks across the continent demonstrates this growth has been steady growth overall.
1 -- Front Core Capital observes that in the first half of 2011, China-based companies with venture backing raised $3.
As Display 5 illustrates, core capital is the amount you need to live the lifestyle you want for the rest of your life, calculated to a very high degree of probability.
The funds are structured into hybrid core capital with a nominal value of DKK180m and subordinated loan capital worth a nominal DKK420m.