Presumably poll respondents who opt not to verify franchisee assets don't recognize the significant risk an undercapitalized
franchisee brings to a brand.
So the effect that has on our credit union is we go from well capitalized, which we've been at for years, to now undercapitalized
overnight, so of course we feel that it's an outrageous level of capital to be requiring of credit unions that have these concentrations," Holbrook said.
The bank increased its earnings to $39,000 in the third quarter from $10,000 in the second quarter, it remained significantly undercapitalized
12 "prompt corrective action directive" that labeled the bank "significantly undercapitalized
Lending through either of these channels is governed by the FDICIA, which imposes limits on the number of days that the Federal Reserve is permitted to provide funds to undercapitalized
Section 142 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 (FDICIA) limits--but does not prohibit--Federal Reserve lending to undercapitalized
or critically undercapitalized
But the projects worked, and they taught me a valuable lesson: if you're dealing with good people who have good ideas, it might not matter that they're undercapitalized
or a little aggressive in taking a risk.
b) Critically undercapitalized
insured depository institution means any insured depository institution as defined in section 3 of the FDI Act (12 U.
To read about Earl Graves of Black Enterprise, Byron Lewis of Uniworld Group or Edward Lewis of Essence as struggling, undercapitalized
business owners is a testament to what they have built.
Banks may become temporarily undercapitalized
as they accelerate the disposal of bad loans, although major banks ''are unlikely to fall into capital shortages immediately,'' Hayamai said at a regular news conference.
Consider it a return on investment for an undercapitalized
That threw the undercapitalized
domestic banks into a crisis from which they never emerged.