Risk-based capital ratio

Risk-based capital ratio

Bank requirement that there be a minimum ratio of estimated total capital to estimated risk-weighted asset.
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When regulators are looking at an insurer's risk-based capital ratio, which is a key indicator of how able the insurer may be to make good on its obligations, they adjust, or mark down, the value of the bonds, stocks and other assets an insurer holds to reflect the estimated riskiness of each type of asset.
00 percent minimum regulatory requirement; a Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio of 18.
According to the proposed rule, to be classified as well capitalized, credit unions with more than $50 million in assets would be required to maintain a risk-based capital ratio of 10.
The enlarged organisation has a Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio of 15.
41 percent and its risk-based capital ratio (total net worth divided by risk-weighted assets) was 7.
The company's total risk-based capital ratio, Tier I risk-based capital ratio, common equity Tier I risk-based capital ratio and Tier I leverage capital ratio were 14.
00% for the Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio and 10.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Insurance have recently asked the bank to achieve an eight percent tier-one leverage capital ratio and a 12 percent total risk-based capital ratio by June 30, 2010.
Fitch expects LLIC to maintain its NAIC risk-based capital ratio above 350% of the company action level.
At 30 June 2016, the total risk-based capital ratio, Tier I risk-based capital ratio, common equity Tier I risk-based capital ratio and Tier I leverage capital ratio were 12.
39% at the end of June, its Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio stood at 15.
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