Net Receivables

Net Receivables

A measure of accounts receivable that a company expects to actually be paid. Accounts receivable is money that a customer owes a company for a good or service purchased on credit. One calculates net receivables by taking the accounts receivable and subtracting bad debt and expressing the result as a percentage of the total accounts receivable. For example, if a company's accounts receivable is $100,000 and it has $10,000 in bad debt, the net receivables is 90%.
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944 billion of cash proceeds from Cardinal Health plus approximately $46 million of retained net receivables.
3% of survey respondents' net receivables, down 19.
Canadian BMO Financial Group, a subsidiary of Bank of Montreal (TSX: BMO), has said that it would acquire Diners Club North American franchise from US bank Citigroup (NYSE: C) for net receivables of almost USD1bn (EUR668m) and some USD7.
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To enter into a joint venture, the manufacturer contributes equity based on a percentage of the net receivables held by the venture.
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A company with net receivables in a foreign currency is susceptible to transaction losses from declines in the exchange rate.
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31, 2014, Ford Credit s total net receivables were $108 billion, compared with $100 billion at year-end 2013.