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Maturing Liability

A debt one must repay in full in a short period of time. It especially refers to a medium- or long-term debt.

maturing liability

A debt that is to be paid within a short period of time.
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Two more auctions are to be held by the end of this year and the borrowed money, according to the Ministry of Finance, will be spent on maturing liabilities.
This decision to aACAyfront load' our term-funding requirements in the early part of 2015 is paying dividend even as we can comfortably meet maturing liabilities and wait for more favourable conditions to re-enter the capital markets," said Group Chief Financial Officer, Surya Subramanian.
This decision to 'front load' our term-funding requirements in the early part of 2015 is paying dividend even as we can comfortably meet maturing liabilities and wait for more favourable conditions to re-enter the capital markets," Subramanian said.
The apex bank also accused Tetrad of persistently failing to honour its maturing liabilities, including depositors' funds.
This liquidity more than adequately ensures that GIC is capable of repaying its maturing liabilities, he added.
lt;p>The report concluded that a bank is considered to have positioned itself adequately in terms of maturities of assets and liabilities as long as the negative gap in up to three months doesn't exceed 10 per cent of total assets, and that the majority of institutions are adequately covering the maturing liabilities from maturing assets.
It will also sell a stake in Mediface Co and Doore Soft to settle maturing liabilities in November.
The Bank's efforts to improve liquidity and repay maturing liabilities have successfully restructured the Bank's balance sheet," Mr.
However, he said the financial sector deleveraging happening in Europe is likely to reduce funding availability for companies seeking longer term funding for new projects or refinancing their maturing liabilities.
GIC claims that this liquidity more than adequately ensures that GIC is capable of repaying its maturing liabilities.
Dubai World has met its creditors to discuss its restructuring plans for $22 billion worth of maturing liabilities, with the final proposal likely to be submitted to lenders in early January.
Proceeds from these offerings were used primarily to refinance maturing liabilities.