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Financial Position

The total assets, liabilities, and/or equity a person or company holds. This term especially applies to investment positions. See also: Long Position, Short Position.

financial condition

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Under the revised rating system, each BHC is assigned a composite rating (C) based on an evaluation and rating of three essential components of an institution's financial condition and operations.
Restriction on Use of Assets Owing to Employer's Financial Condition
The cost of Y2K compliance if it is a material event or uncertainty that would cause reported financial information not to be necessarily indicative of future operating results or financial condition.
We are utilizing our strong financial condition to accelerate the growth of our company, particularly our wholly owned petroleum exploration and production subsidiary, DDD Energy, Inc.
As a result, analysis of financial condition may not be a regular part of financial management.
In this regard, the SEC believes that the principle objective of MD&A disclosures is: "to give investors an opportunity to look at the registrant through the eyes of management by providing an historical and prospective analysis of the registrant's financial condition and results of operations, with particular emphasis on the registrant's prospects for the future.
Under the revised rating system, each holding company would be assigned a composite rating (C) based on an evaluation and rating of three essential components of an institution's financial condition and operations: risk management (R); financial condition (F); and potential impact (I) of the parent company and nondepository subsidiaries on the subsidiary depository institutions.
as Special Agent will arrange for a prompt accounting of PSI's financial condition and monitor substantial expenditures.
Patapsco's Board of Directors determined that the payment of the dividend was appropriate in light of the Company's sound financial condition and the results of its operations.
By 1984, Western's financial condition had severely deteriorated.
The Company depends on external financial resources and any interruption in access to capital markets or borrowings could adversely affect the Company's financial condition.

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