Regulatory Capital Requirements definition

Regulatory Capital Requirements means any applicable capital resources requirement or applicable overall financial adequacy rule required by the PRA pursuant to the Relevant Rules, as such requirements or rules are in force from time to time;
Regulatory Capital Requirements means any applicable minimum capital or capital requirements specified for banks or financial groups by the Relevant Regulator.

Examples of Regulatory Capital Requirements in a sentence

  • Prepayment and variation of the Subordinated Loan may require the consent of the CBRCertain provisions of the Loan Agreement providing for the prepayment of the Subordinated Loan are subject to the prior written consent of the CBR, in accordance with the applicable Regulatory Capital Requirements.


More Definitions of Regulatory Capital Requirements

Regulatory Capital Requirements means any applicable capital resources requirement or applicable overall financial adequacy rule (or equivalent) required by the Relevant Regulator, as any such requirement or rule is in force from time to time;
Regulatory Capital Requirements means, at any time, any requirement contained in the law, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy and/or prudential supervision then in effect and applicable to the relevant Issuer and/or any Regulatory Group of which the relevant Issuer forms part, including (without limitation to the generality of the foregoing), those laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies of Ireland and/or of the Competent Authority and any applicable regulation, directive or other binding rules, standards or decisions adopted by the institutions of the European Union (including, without limitation and for so long as the same continue to apply to the relevant Issuer and/or any Regulatory Group of which the relevant Issuer forms part, CRD IV);
Regulatory Capital Requirements means, at any time, any requirement contained in the law, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies then in effect relating to capital adequacy and prudential supervision and applicable to the Issuer, including (without limitation to the generality of the foregoing) those applicable laws, regulations, requirements, guidelines and policies relating to capital adequacy and prudential supervision then in effect of the United Kingdom or the Supervisory Authority and/or any applicable regulation, directive or other binding rules, standards or decisions adopted by the institutions of the European Union;
Regulatory Capital Requirements means (i) the capital requirements required to be maintained by the Bank in order to be "adequately capitalized" pursuant to 12 U.S.C. Section 1831o and 12 C.F.R. Part 565 (and any amendment to either thereof) or any successor law or regulation, (ii) the minimum amount of capital required to meet each of the industry-wide regulatory capital requirements applicable to the Bank pursuant to 12 U.S.C. Section 1464(t) and 12 C.F.R. Part 567 (and any amendment to either thereof) or any successor law or regulation,
Regulatory Capital Requirements means any applicable requirements specified by the Prudential Regulation Authority or other such authority having primary supervisory authority with respect to the Company from time to time in relation to the margin of solvency, capital resources, capital, contingent capital or buffer capital of the Company, a member of the Group or the Group taken as a whole; and
Regulatory Capital Requirements means the minimum amount of Permanent Capital and Total Capital that the FHLBI is required to maintain under the Bank Act and any related regulations, or any similar requirement established for the FHLBI by order, written agreement or other regulatory actions.