PFI definition

PFI means the proprietary financial information as defined in RCW 43.371.010(12).
PFI means Prudential Financial, Inc.
PFI means the Government's Private Finance Initiative or any similar or replacement initiative;

Examples of PFI in a sentence

PFI and similar contracts are agreements to receive services, where the responsibility for making available the property, plant and equipment needed to provide the services passes to the PFI contractor.

As the Council is deemed to control the services that are provided under its PFI schemes, and as ownership of the property, plant and equipment will pass to the Council at the end of the contracts for no additional charge, the Council carries the assets used under the contracts on its Balance Sheet as part of Property, Plant and Equipment.

PFI contracts are agreements to receive services, where the responsibility for making available the fixed assets needed to provide the services passes to the PFI contractor.

The Trust should normally test for PFI when considering capital procurement.

The total amount of capital expenditure incurred in the year is shown in the table below (including the value of assets acquired under finance leases and PFI contracts), together with the resources that have been used to finance it.


More Definitions of PFI

PFI means a Participating Financial Institution; either bank or non-bank financial institution.
PFI means a member of the MPF Bank that is a “participating financial institution” that elects to participate in the MPF Program by executing a PFI Agreement with the MPF Bank.
PFI means Polo Fashions, Inc., a New York corporation controlled by Lauren.
PFI means Pierre Fabre, Inc. (to be known as Physicians Formula, Inc., a New York corporation), and any of its Affiliates after the effective date of the Agreement.