percentage of equity

percentage of equity

The ratio of equity in a property (the difference between the value of property and the debt secured by that property) as compared to the total value of the property. Most home loans start out with equity equal to 20 percent of the value of the home.

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Of the first 500+ companies that have joined the movement, 59 percent pledged a percentage of equity, 54 percent pledged a percentage of employee time, 39 percent pledged a percentage of product and 18 percent pledged a percentage of profit.
The new standard for the minimum percentage of equity to sell in an initial public offering.
Despite the enormous gains in the market over this time, 67% say they have no regret at all about reducing their percentage of equity holdings and another 25% say they have little regret.
The university also owns a small percentage of equity in these companies.
According to Peter Dunne, Minister of Revenue, the government would increase the minimum prescribed percentage of equity for tax purposes to six percent, from four percent as of April 1, 2012.
Our independent variables are the percentage of equity ownership held by top management, individuals, public holding companies, private holding companies, public companies, private companies, public banks, private banks, insurance companies, and employees' associations.
Raising additional equity would have had a dilutive effect on earnings of existing equity holders, as any private equity firm willing to invest equity would have demanded a percentage of equity which would have allowed them to achieve a minimum 25 per cent internal rate of return on their investment.
2 Explain how the percentage of equity exposure must be carefully balanced and is crucial to rebuilding a damaged portfolio.
only one company, Odyssey Re, posted a positive return for realized gains as a percentage of equity in 2008.
Additionally, "Markaz" continues to generate a high fee income as a percentage of equity.
The determination of control turns on the allocation of decision-making power, not simply the percentage of equity ownership.
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