Sungdong Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering is likely to go through liquidation as it is in a state of impaired capital
and has no cash holdings.
The still weak asset quality and the impaired capital
base are constraining factors.
Additionally, credit union-to-credit union transactions often occur when the to-be-acquired credit union is troubled and has an impaired capital
The Financial Strength rating is unchanged at B- in view of the Bank's poor asset quality and severely impaired capital
Prior to the amendment, there were cases in which asset management companies with impaired capital
were given a high rating on capital adequacy because capital impairment was not a criterion used in assessing capital adequacy.
Some insurance companies withdrew from the market because of their inability to compete successfully, impaired capital
positions or because of a decrease in the availability of reinsurance.
For impaired capital
assets that will continue to be used by the government, the amount of impairment--the portion of historical cost that should be written off--should be measured by the method described below that most appropriately reflects the decline in service utility of the capital asset.
Furthermore, for permanently impaired capital
assets, the appropriate accounting and financial reporting depends on whether the asset is expected to remain in service.
Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Masaru Hayami said Wednesday an additional injection of public funds into banks may become necessary if they fail to improve their impaired capital
bases through self-support efforts.
Japan has funneled more than 10 trillion yen in public funds into banks' impaired capital
accounts since March 1998 to keep their depleted capital bases from crimping their ability to provide credits to businesses.
Bad loans have caused a deficit, which in turn, has impaired capital
The credit crunch experienced in New England over the past two years is an example of a severe regional economic shock that was magnified by the impaired capital
position of most New England depository institutions.