Restricted Asset

Restricted Asset

Money or another asset that may be used only for a certain purpose. For example, a donor may give to a nonprofit, provided the donation is used exclusively to fund a scholarship for underprivileged children. Restricted assets must be accounted separately from an organization's other funds.
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Similarly, the corresponding restricted asset portfolio can be found at the tangency point of the lower indifference curve and the dot-dashed black frontier.
However, the bank continues to feature small size, limited outreach, restricted asset deployment avenues, and asset quality as challenges.
As the industry recognizes, the restricted asset allocation and dynamic reallocation feature helps the insurance company manage the risk of providing its guarantee as well as price the feature reasonably.
The recognition of future pledges to give as revenue in the current period on a discounted basis and in the temporarily restricted asset class was a major point of contention in the statement.
1 million restricted to make debt service payments, maintain sinking or reserve funds, or purchase or construct capital or other restricted assets.
Restricted assets (grants receivable) make up the largest asset class, which represent future funding commitments from Intel, Broadcom and other funders for science competitions and other program work.
In contrast, nonprofits must satisfy donor stipulations before using the applicable restricted assets.
Another large category of restricted assets are those belonging to the CBI.
8 billion dollars of its restricted assets, the four-month prorated amount of the original JPOA commitment.

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