Risk-based capital ratio

Risk-based capital ratio

Bank requirement that there be a minimum ratio of estimated total capital to estimated risk-weighted asset.
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According to the proposed rule, to be classified as well capitalized, credit unions with more than $50 million in assets would be required to maintain a risk-based capital ratio of 10.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Insurance have recently asked the bank to achieve an eight percent tier-one leverage capital ratio and a 12 percent total risk-based capital ratio by June 30, 2010.
Fitch expects LLIC to maintain its NAIC risk-based capital ratio above 350% of the company action level.
The increase in capital is believed to have raised the bank's Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio to above nine percent as of May 1.
Capitalization is expected to improve as new earnings are generated, with the risk-based capital ratio of Standard to rise to 300% or above.
West Coast Bancorp's tier 1 risk-based capital ratio was 5.
BTX's consolidated risk-based capital ratio was 17.
At year-end 2005, LLIC reported a risk-based capital ratio of 389% of the company action level, which Fitch considers to be relatively strong.
42 percent, and its total risk-based capital ratio increased from 5.
Finally, (7) reserve to nonperforming assets ratio and (8) Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio provided an indication of capital levels.
While West Coast Bancorp's tier 1 risk-based capital ratio of 4.
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