The Central Bank described the 10 per cent liquid assets
requirement as an interim measure to ensure banks hold sufficient liquid assets
until Basel III Liquidity Coverage Ratio, or LCR, comes into effect.
The study did not include liquid assets
in its analysis, one of the major financial sources for education.
Model 2 tested Hypothesis 1, that those reporting fewer negative bill-paying events and less exhaustion of liquid assets
would have less financial distress/more financial well-being.
However, these collateral requirements are generally no less constraining than capital requirements for licensed reinsurers, which effectively post collateral by setting up reserves on their financial statements that regulators require to be supported by liquid assets
Mr Richards puts the success of Liquid Assets
down to wine providing such a wise long-term investment.
Some investors take delivery of their wines, while others store it, through Liquid Assets
, 120 feet underground in a former Second World War ammunition store near Chippenham.
But only 7% of people with more than pounds 5m in liquid assets
are women, despite women accounting for 53% of people who have more than pounds 200,000 in cash and shares.
5 million in liquid assets
was transferred to the various ``nominee corporations'' and, eventually, back to Grant, Tang said.
At present, Liquid Assets
- its Airport Boulevard facility is visible from Highway 101 - is producing wine tanks for Beringer, Benziger, Kendall-Jackson and Taft Street, all in California.
Models developed to analyze the demand for liquid assets
by firms typically emphasize the need for immediate and reliable purchasing power in the face of an uncertain future.
The FSR remains constrained by the increase in non-performing loans (NPLs), low net liquid assets
and modest returns.