Framework. This Agreement establishes a framework that will enable Red Hat to provide Software and Services to Client. “Software” means Red Hat Enterprise Linux, JBoss Enterprise Middleware and other software programs branded by Red Hat, its Affiliates and/or third parties including all modifications, additions or further enhancements delivered by Red Hat. The specific services (the “Services”) and/or Software that Red Hat will provide to Client will be described in an Order Form, signed by the parties or otherwise accepted by Red Hat, which may consist of (a) one or more mutually agreed order forms, statements of work, work orders or similar transaction documents, or (b) an order placed by Client through Red Hat's online store accessible from a Red Hat website. The parties agree that the terms of this Agreement will govern all purchases and use by Client of Software and Services unless otherwise agreed by the parties in writing.
Framework. 1. The Republic of Serbia shall associate itself with the Council Decision by which the Council of the European Union decides that the EU will conduct the crisis management operation, and with any other decision by which the Council of the European Union decides to extend the EU crisis management operation, in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and any required implementing arrangements.
Framework. Ukraine shall associate itself with the provisions of Joint Action 2002/210/CFSP on the European Union Police Mission (EUPM) in Bosnia and Herzegovina including its Annex on the mission statement for EUPM, adopted by the Council of the European Union on 11 March 2002, in accordance with the provisions stipulated in the following Articles.
Framework. The members of the Jurisdiction Committee, in order to provide a framework to resolve outstanding issues regarding the jurisdiction of the ILA Clerks and Checkers, have agreed upon the following definitions and the statement of principle that will be used to define and identify the specific functions that fall within the ILA’s jurisdiction.
Framework. This Agreement establishes a framework that will enable Telestax to provide Services to Client. The services that Telestax will provide to Client are described in the Appendixes to this agreement, or Order Forms. The parties agree that the terms of this Agreement will govern all purchases and use by Client of Services unless otherwise agreed by the parties in writing.
Framework. The Bank is subject to the capital adequacy framework as per the “Operating Guidelines for Small Finance Bank” from Reserve Bank of India (RBI). As per capital adequacy framework, the Bank is required to maintain a minimum Capital to Risk Weighted Assets (CRAR) of 15% with minimum Tier I capital as 7.5%. As of now, capital conservation buﬀer and counter cyclical buﬀer are not applicable for Small Finance Banks (SFBs). For the purpose of capital adequacy, only credit risk is covered since there is no separate capital charge prescribed for market risk and operational risk as per the direction of RBI. For computation of capital for credit risk of SFBs, RBI has prescribed Basel II Standardized Approach and has permitted the use of external rating based risk weights for rated exposure and regulatory retail approach for small retail loans. Assessment For better assessment of the capital, the Bank is having Internal Capital Assessment Process (ICAAP) with Simpliﬁed Approach, considering its balance sheet size and requisite risk management practices. The Bank’s ICAAP focuses to ensure that the Bank has suﬃcient capital to support all the risks inherent to its business and an adequate capital buﬀer based on the business proﬁle. The change in the level of credit risk, market risk and interest rate risk along with the changes in on- balance sheet and oﬀ- balance sheet exposures are assessed under diﬀerent stress scenarios by the Bank to have better assessment of the capital requirement. Besides computing CRAR under the Pillar I requirement, the Bank has set up sound governance and control practices to identify, assess and manage risks. BASEL – PILLAR 3 DISCLOSURES AS ON JUNE 30, 2020
Framework. 1. The Republic of Turkey shall associate itself with the provisions of the Joint Action 2003/681/CFSP on EUPOL ‘Proxima’ adopted by the Council of the European Union on 29 September 2003, and with any Joint Action or Decision by which the Council of the European Union may decide to extend EUPOL ‘Proxima’.