Capital Requirements definition

Capital Requirements means, as to any person, any matter, directly or indirectly, (i) regarding capital adequacy, capital ratios, capital requirements, the calculation of such person’s capital or similar matters, or (ii) affecting the amount of capital required to be obtained or maintained by such person or any person controlling such person (including any direct or indirect holding company), or the manner in which such person or any person controlling such person (including any direct or indirect holding company), allocates capital to any of its contingent liabilities (including letters of credit), advances, acceptances, commitments, assets or liabilities.
Capital Requirements means the rules, regulations, and requirements of the Designated Self-Regulatory Organization which were adopted pursuant to CFTC Regulations 1.17 and 1.52.

Examples of Capital Requirements in a sentence

  • I have testified before Congress and reported publicly on lessons learned from inadequate capital requirements pre-crisis, and the need for strong levels of high-quality capital to lower systemic risk in the financial system.The Dodd Frank Act’s Capital Requirements for Swap DealersSwap dealer capital requirements are one of the most critical reforms in the Dodd- Frank Act for derivatives markets.

  • Moreover, an Absolute Minimum Capital Requirements (AMCR) is defined which imposes an absolute floor on the MCR.

  • Subordinated Notes constitute direct, unsecured and subordinated obligations of the Issuer and, subject to the Regulatory Capital Requirements applicable to the relevant Subordinated Capital Notes, rank pari passu without any preference among themselves and (save for certain debts accorded preferential rights by law) at least pari passu with all other Subordinated Indebtedness (as defined in Condition 3.8).

  • Internal Risk-Management Models as a Basis for Capital Requirements.

  • Capital Requirements Our primary capital requirements for the three years ended December 31, were as follows: Our capital additions for 2002 were $303.9 million.


More Definitions of Capital Requirements

Capital Requirements means the minimum permissible capital-to-assets ratios to be maintained by the Bank under the Finance Agency’s capital rule.
Capital Requirements means, as to any Lender or Issuing Bank, any matter (a) regarding capital adequacy, capital ratios, capital requirements or the calculation of such Lender or Issuing Bank’s capital adequacy or similar matters, or (b) affecting the amount of capital required to be obtained or maintained by such Lender or Issuing Bank or any Person controlling such Lender or Issuing Bank (including any direct or indirect holding company) or the manner in which such Person or any Person controlling such Person (including any direct or indirect holding company), allocates capital to any of its contingent liabilities (including letters of credit), advances, acceptances, commitments, assets or liabilities.
Capital Requirements means the Capital Requirements Regulation which comprises Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 on prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms and amending Regulation (EU) No 648/2012. References herein to the Capital Requirements or to any Article or other provision thereof include the regulatory or implementing technical standards published by the European Commission in relation thereto from time to time in effect, any guidance published by the European Banking Authority in relation thereto and any corresponding law or rule in effect in any country in the European Economic Area and applicable (directly or indirectly) to any Purchaser (and, for the avoidance of doubt, references thereto shall also include any related directive given by an applicable Governmental Authority to any Purchaser or any Affiliate of such Purchaser or in relation to such Purchaser’s share of Purchaser Interests or Reinvestments).
Capital Requirements means the rules, regulations and requirements of the Designated Self-Regulatory Organization adopted pursuant to Commodity Futures Trading Commission Regulations 1.17 and 1.52.
Capital Requirements means the minimum permissible capital to asset ratios to be maintained by the FHLBank under the Finance Board’s capital rule.
Capital Requirements means all funds required by the Limited Partnership to carry on the Business, including funds to satisfy obligations incurred or paid or payable by the Limited Partnership, including to Hydro, or paid by Hydro on behalf of the Limited Partnership, in connection with the Keeyask Project, excluding the Keeyask Transmission Facilities Capital Amount.