Overfunding


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Overfunding

1. Describing any investment, annuity or other financial instrument containing more assets than liabilities. That is, contributions and the investment of those contributions amount to more than what the instrument owes to holders. This is considered a sign of financial health for the instrument.

2. In the United Kingdom, the practice of lending more government securities than the government is expected to need to fund its activities. The excess is used to fight inflation.
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The Riversimple campaign will remain in overfunding for a few more days.
Sandy Chen, CEO of Graphene Composites, said: "We're obviously delighted that we're now overfunding on Crowdcube - and it's tremendously heartening to get all this support to develop and commercialise our GC Shield active shooter protection technologies, our Lightning Harvester renewable power, and other applications of our graphene/aerogel composite nano-technology."
If you lower your contribution, we're overfunding," Sweeney told NJBIZ in a wide-ranging discussion of a series of recommendations made by a panel he commissioned to address the state's fiscal woes.
In reply, Emefiele likened the CBN's supposed overfunding of the government to the way a commercial bank might allow a customer to overdraw on an account.
"We expose ourselves immediately to overfunding if we open the web to restricted giving" immediately after a disaster, Kurmann said.
We find the estimated coefficients on PlanSize and interaction of tax and overfunding are significantly larger in the CB equation than in the DC equation, indicating larger plans and firms likely paying taxes choose to convert traditional plans rather than terminate.
This can be caused by excessive overfunding, excessive benefits, nonexisting or incomplete documentation, improper funding vehicles, misrepresented interest crediting projections and even bad administration.
in the amount of cash overfunding raised with the new notes at Altice
"Rosen put us in a position where we had overfunding, and when I came on we were 40% overfunded.
The Postal Service cannot get back billions of its own dollars in pension overfunding without approval of Congress.
That's another of her talents--pumping up those who might be running low on energy while calming down those angry at Congress for overfunding the works of war but underfunding the works of peace.
The Ministry of Women's Affairs had found several "violations" in shelters run by aid agencies, including overfunding and corruption, as well as lack of discipline and poor quality of life, the acting minister for women's affairs, Husn Bano Ghazanfar, told reporters in Kabul.