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Repricing

To change the price of an asset. In derivatives, it sometimes refers to the exchange of options of with different strike prices.

Repricing

The act of a manager or other high level employee exchanging an out-of-the-money stock option in the company for an at-the-money stock option. Companies issue new at-the-money options and make the exchanges in order to reward the employee and/or to provide an incentive for the employee to continue to perform well even when the company's stock price has declined.

repricing

The exchanging of newly issued incentive stock options priced at the current market price for previously granted options that are out-of-the-money. Repricing rewards managers of companies with stock prices that have declined.
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Moreover, Beltone believes that Islamic banks in particular have greater flexibility to reprice their liabilities lower, as they are based on the model of sharing profits and losses.
The worst-case scenario is a merger where the credit union neither gets the information regarding past repricing practices from the merged-in institution (and therefore cannot track repriced accounts) nor does it actively review and reprice the acquired portfolio within six months of merger.
Anybody can reprice their loan by paying a 1 per cent of their outstanding as an upfront fee," managing director and chief financial officer of the bank, Diwakar Gupta told agencies.
When Emirates website customers need to change or cancel itineraries, Rapid Reprice select eliminates the need to conduct separate shopping requests to find more than one alternate low-fare itinerary.
Companies must consider their unique circumstances when deciding whether or not to reprice employee stock options.
Repricing proponents further argue that employees can effectively reprice options themselves by accepting new employment with firms that offer options as part of the compensation package.
According to the BRC, the move could cost the sector around pounds 90m, and cause huge upheaval for firms which would have to reprice their products during such a busy time..
I hope the industry is not so smitten by the possibility of reduced capital requirements that it fails to see that providers of that capital will reprice its cost if it is put at greater risk.
Worldspan would bring its Rapid Reprice tools and new search capabilities to Travelport, and it is "second to none in servicing the online market," Clarke said.
(2) Additionally, the possibility of repricing in response to managerial incentives highlights the importance of "when firms reprice" in addition to the "why firms reprice" question principally addressed in several articles.
* Programmatically reprice facility charges according to state-specific regulations.