Capital Regulations definition

Capital Regulations means at any time the laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy, resolution and/or solvency applicable to the Bank including, without limitation to the generality of the foregoing, the BRRD, CRD IV and those regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies of the Competent Authority relating to capital adequacy, resolution and/or solvency then in effect in the Republic of Cyprus (whether or not such requirements, guidelines or policies have the force of law and whether or not they are applied generally or specifically to the Bank or the Group).

Examples of Capital Regulations in a sentence

  • The valuation basis for assets and liabilities will be in accordance with the Insurance (Valuation and Capital) Regulations 2004.

  • For the avoidance of doubt, the Capital Regulations currently include the requirements outlined in Articles 77 and 78(4) of the CRR.

  • A “Capital Adequacy Trigger Event” will occur with respect to a particular series of contingent capital securities if the specified capital ratio, calculated in accordance with the Capital Regulations then applicable to the Group or as otherwise specified in the applicable prospectus supplement, falls below a pre-determined threshold specified for such series in the applicable prospectus supplement.

  • Following the new Capital Regulations announced in 2008 the Authority must approve an MRP Statement each year that sets out the policy on MRP.


More Definitions of Capital Regulations

Capital Regulations means at any time, any legislation, regulations, requires, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy then in effect in South Africa in relation to banks registered under the Banks Act and licensed to conduct the business of a bank in South Africa (including, where relevant, the rules and Additional Conditions (if any) applicable specifically to the Issuer as applied by the Registrar of Banks) (or if the Issuer becomes domiciled in a jurisdiction other than South Africa, any legislation, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy then in effect in such other jurisdiction in relation to banks registered in, and licensed to conduct the business of a bank in, such other jurisdiction);
Capital Regulations means, at any time, the laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy and/or minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities and/or loss absorbing capacity binding on credit institutions (including, without limitation, as to leverage) then in effect as applicable to the Company or the Regulatory Group including if and to the extent applicable to the Company or the Regulatory Group and, without limitation to the generality of the foregoing, any delegated or implementing acts (such as regulatory technical standards) adopted by the European Commission and any laws or regulations, as well as requirements, guidelines and policies adopted by the PRA and/or any other national or European authority from time to time (whether or not such laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines or policies are applied generally or specifically to the Company or to the Regulatory Group), in each case relating to capital adequacy and/or minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities and/or loss absorbing capacity.