off-balance sheet lease

off-balance sheet lease

See operating lease.

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US Securities and Exchange Commission data estimates that Fortune 500 companies currently have more than USD 700 billion in off-balance sheet lease obligations that will be affected by the new standards, while the IASB projects new balance sheet additions worldwide may be in excess of USD 3 trillion.
5 million, and the funds were used to pay facility-related debt and to purchase remaining assets under Beverly's off-balance sheet lease arrangement, according to a news release.
There are two primary types of off-balance sheet lease structures that exist that provide a good fit for these firms Credit Tenant and Synthetic Leases.
The 'A-' unsecured rating applies to Tri-State's off-balance sheet lease financing, where it is the lessee and obligor in an operating lease that was entered into for purposes of financing the construction of a third generating unit at the coal-based Springerville generation facility in Arizona.
Lot 2 Financing as off-balance sheet lease (optional assignment)
However, when Fitch takes into account I&M's off-balance sheet lease related to the Rockport plant, adjusted ratios are more in line with 'BBB-' utility peers.
9 billion of off-balance sheet lease debt for Marriott, although Fitch notes that could overstate the actual exposure since some of those leases are lower risk.
The proceeds from the transaction will be used to retire existing debt, purchase certain leased assets, thereby terminating an existing off-balance sheet lease obligation, and increase the Company's liquidity which in turn will provide the working capital to support the Company's growth.
In addition, Fitch affirms the 'AA-' rating on The Johns Hopkins Health System's (JHHS) outstanding bond debt of approximately $582 million and JHHS's outstanding off-balance sheet lease revenue bonds of $54 million (listed below).
In the first transaction, PNM eliminated $45 million of off-balance sheet lease obligations financing the EIP transmission line.
Adjusted debt includes the company's mandatorily redeemable convertible preferred securities; receivables securitization and off-balance sheet lease obligations.
It is likely to be most pronounced in those business sectors - such as transportation, real estate, mining and construction - where it is common for companies to have a significant number of material off-balance sheet leases.