Equity claim

Equity claim

Also called a residual claim; a claim to a share of earnings after debt obligations have been satisfied.

Equity Claim

The right of a shareholder or some other party to the profit of a company after all prior obligations have been paid. Equity claims are perhaps most important in the event of the company's liquidation. Equity claims are also called residual claims.
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Asked about the 100% equity claim, a Welsh Government spokesman would only said it was supportive of the economic benefits of lagoons and added: "We have offered funding to get the lagoon project started.
Asked about the 100% equity claim, a Welsh Government spokesman said: "We have offered funding to get the lagoon project started.
The reconvened group is considering how to determine the merit of a pay equity claim and how to select appropriate comparators when assessing a pay equity claim.
The original Joint Working Group, set up in 2015, developed a set of principles to guide the implementation of pay equity, Mr Lees-Galloway says, but the legislation introduced by the previous Government made it harder for women to make a pay equity claim.
9) To qualify as TLAC, the debt must essentially be treated like an equity claim in bankruptcy or a resolution.
5 percent equity claim is of critical importance in shaping what the new American Airlines will look like and who will lead it," the union said in a statement circulated to its members along with the letter.
Clawback provisions generally cost less to enforce than an equity claim, based on unjust enrichment.
Under the developed model aforementioned, the value of equity claim at time to is given by
e] if the firm gave the managers a debt contract with a face value of U and sold an equity claim on any profits must solve:
failed because they brought an equity claim, already determined to be invalid under Levittown, and attempted to disguise it as an adequacy issue.
The distinctive feature of equity carve-outs that motivates our study is that, although all equity carve-outs result in the creation of a specialized equity claim, carve-out parents typically relinquish only partial control over the restructured assets.
The willingness of the sponsor to retain an equity claim on the collateral pool as credit enhancement is largely driven by the structure of the CLO transaction.