Total Assets. Based on total assets at period end. Used primarily to allocate costs associated with the oversight and safeguarding of corporate assets. This would include services provided by financial management and certain finance functions, among others. Also used when the services provided are driven by the relative size and complexity of the System Companies and there is no functional relationship between the services and any other available allocation formula. BNK - BANK ACCOUNTS Based on the number of bank accounts at period end. Used for the allocation of costs associated with daily cash management activities.
Total Assets. As at close of business on the Trade Date of the first occurring Transaction, following the issue of the Relevant Notes and provided that the aggregate Invested Amount of the Relevant Notes upon issue exceeds USD10,000,000, the Series Trust will have total assets exceeding USD10,000,000.
Total Assets. For columns A through F, report the sum of items 34 through 42. The sum of columns B through F must equal column A.Derivatives and Off-Balance Sheet ItemsBanks should refer to the supervisory guidance issued by their primary federal supervisory authority for information on how they should treat credit derivatives for risk-based capital purposes and, as a consequence, for purposes of completing the section of Schedule RC-R for derivatives and off-balance sheet items.Treatment of Liquidity Facilities for Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Programs – Banks that provide liquidity facilities to asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) programs, whether or not they are the program sponsor, must report these facilities in the following manner in Schedule RC-R (unless the bank is a sponsor and has chosen to consolidate the ABCP program assets onto its balance sheet for risk-based capital purposes).1 The full amount of the unused portion of an eligible liquidity facility with an original maturity exceeding one year should be reported in item 53, column A. For an eligible liquidity facility with an original maturity of one year or less, 20 percent of the unused portion of the facility should be reported in item 53, column A, to produce the effect of a 10 percent conversion factor when reporting the credit equivalent amount of the liquidity facility in item 53, column B. For ineligible liquidity facilities (both direct credit substitutes and recourse obligations), banks should report the full amount of the unused portion of the facility in Schedule RC-R, item 51, column A.Item No. Caption and Instructions