TRY definition

TRY means “use reasonable endeavours”; and
TRY means “use reasonable endeavours”;
TRY mean the lawful currency of Turkey.

Examples of TRY in a sentence

We are instructing BNY Mellon to price FX transactions involving the currency pairs as specified below (please select one of the following): For FX transactions involving two Developed Market currencies: Developed Market currencies mean each of the following (ISO Codes): AUD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, MXN, NOK, NZD, PLN, RON, SEK, SGD, TRY, USD , ZAR.

TRY sensitivity: 10 per cent depreciation of the TRY has around -1.2 bps net impact (capital) on the fully loaded CET1 ratio.

Non-monetary items in foreign currencies carried at fair value are converted into TRY by using the exchange rates at the date of which the fair value is determined.

Foreign currency monetary asset and liability items are converted into TRY by using the prevailing exchange rate at the balance sheet date.

The presented values of cash in TRY, foreign currency cash and banks at balance sheet are the estimated fair values of these assets.

More Definitions of TRY

TRY means Turkish Lira; and
TRY means the lawful currency from time to time of the Republic of Turkey; and
TRY means Turkish Lira, being the lawful currency of the Republic of Turkey; and
TRY means the Turkish lira, the lawful currency of Turkey;
TRY means "use reasonable endeavours"; and