Uncalled Capital

Uncalled Capital

Capital that a company has raised by issuing shares or bonds but that the company has not collected because it has not requested payment. See also: Authorized Shares.
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The Firm's AUM is calculated as of 6/30/2014 and includes the Regulatory Assets under Management in addition to the uncalled capital commitments of the separate accounts managed by the Firm.
Millions of dollars of uncalled capital will be spent investing ratepayers' money into renewable energy.
Stephen's Green, Dublin 2 to be receivers and managers over all of the Company's undertaking, property and assets whatsoever and wheresoever both present and future including its uncalled capital for the time being and goodwill as more particularly set out in and charged by the Mortgage Debenture, and including without limitation parts of the lands in the townland of Clonmellon and Barony of Delvin being all of the property comprised in Folio 28975F of the Register of Freeholders County Westmeath as more particularly set out in and charged by the Mortgage Debenture.
These sales will also reduce the Company's commitments in respect of uncalled capital relating to these interests by [pounds] 6.
With many fund managers having a large stockpile of committed but as yet uncalled capital available to them for funds approaching the end of their investment periods, there has been increasing pressure to put capital to good use," Friedman said.
9 billion of third-party uncalled capital for acquisitions.
0 billion of assets under management as of March 31, 2008, including leverage and uncalled capital commitments.
Carlyle currently has a sizeable amount of uncalled capital or 'dry powder' to take advantage of market opportunities.
5 billion[6] in uncalled capital still remains available to PE funds, and credit markets have been receptive to new deal financing for the past six months.
Fundraising has been more challenging since the crisis, requiring significantly more lead time, but uncalled capital for rated issuers is considerable.
The financing is secured by the uncalled capital commitments from the funds' institutional investors.
KKR's key man policies, which refer to co-chief executive officers Henry Kravis and George Roberts, and certain other senior executives, generally prohibit the company from accessing uncalled capital once a key man event has occurred for a limited period of time while the limited partners (LPs) decide whether to reduce their uncalled capital, but the policies do not provide LPs with the ability to liquidate the funds, which is a right granted to LPs at many asset management firms.