Assets Requirement

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Assets Requirement

The minimum amount one must invest in order to participate in an activity. For example, a hedge fund may impose a minimum asset requirement of $1 million, meaning that one must place at least $1 million into the hedge fund in order to become an investor. Investment companies sometimes impose asset requirements in order to keep out small investors.
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The Minister mentioned that the as a result of successful trade diplomacy of the MoC, the minimum asset requirement for a Pakistani bank was reduced by $5 billion which resulted in a Pakistani bank qualifying for entry into Chinese market.
For the sixth category, the asset requirement of the contractor is a minimum Dh300,000 and the estimated value of the project the contractor may participate in Dh7 million, or less.
The minimum total asset requirement for a Hong Kong bank acquiring a shareholding in a mainland bank will be lowered from US$10 billion to US$6 billion, allowing banks with smaller assets to set up business in the mainland.
Investment Restrictions: Admissible asset requirement (cash and cash equivalent)
The company has failed on two of Nasdaq's criteria, as it no longer meets the $4m net tangible asset requirement and could not maintain a closing bid price of $1 per share.
The new schedule shows the basis for determining the total asset requirement (stochastic vs.
He said the asset requirement for any foreign bank to open its branch was US $20 billion but China gave special concession to Pakistan and the minimum asset requirement was reduced to $15 billion.
DELISTED: Simulations Plus, a pharmaceutical software developer based in Lancaster, was delisted from the Nasdaq SmallCap Market because it failed to meet the net asset requirement for continued listing.
Nasdaq said it doubted the Boca Raton, Florida company's ability to sustain compliance with the Net Tangible Asset requirement of $4.
On May 14 the exchange notified the company that it had until July 2 to get its stock price above the $1 limit for 10 consecutive trading days and it had until July 15 to comply with the net tangible asset requirement.
The company said Thursday it lost $1 million (or 7 cents a diluted share) on $19 million in revenues even as it faced July deadlines to get its stock price for 10 consecutive days above the minimum $1 a share required to remain on the Nasdaq, and to meet Nasdaq's minimum $2 million net tangible asset requirement.
Rouse bondholders, by contrast, do not have an unencumbered asset requirement and as a result do not receive a notching benefit.