Contingent claim

Contingent claim

A claim that can be made only if one or more specified outcomes occur.
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While the contingent claim buffer will fall to around EUR34 billion a year (0.
Almost 80 per cent of 7DAYS readers say they plan to spend nothing on Valentine's Day today -- but a small contingent claim they will fork out more than Dhs10,000 on their loved one.
i]) corresponds to an i th contingent claim, such that if state i occurs in date one, the agent gets W, but zero otherwise, where i = 1,2,.
The advantage of this approach is that it can value a contingent claim such as loan without continuous riskless hedging.
Specifically, some state laws have significantly higher CUSO investment limits than the Federal Credit Union Act, which would cause the CUSO investment to represent a significant contingent claim on the net worth of an undercapitalized FISCU, Leggett said.
Let [PI](t, n) denote the time t price of a contingent claim with payoff DOG payable at time n (t [less than or equal to] n).
Once it is established that a contested or contingent claim is bona fide and enforceable, amounts actually paid in satisfaction of or in settlement thereof may be deducted after taking post-death events into account.
Others in the "don't give a hoot, let us pollute" contingent claim that cutting greenhouse gas emissions will hurt the poor, diverting from other needs in developing countries.
But some of the foreign contingent claim they have not worked hard enough and that they have not done enough fitness work because they have concentrated on ball work.
On the zoning and contamination issues, there were no costs to make the IRA assets more marketable; nor was there any contingent claim as there was in Estate of Algerine Smith.
The subsidy in this version is still a mortality contingent claim because one has to be alive after retirement to be eligible for it.