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tending to discourage, retard, or make more difficult

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contrary to your interests or welfare

in an opposing direction

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Zee's wrongdoing would not be imputed to Alpha because of the adverse interest exception.
Members in business face adverse interest, advocacy, familiarity, self-interest, self-review, and undue influence threats.
The court, quoting from an earlier case, explained this adverse interest exception: "To come within the exception, the agent must have totally abandoned his principal's interests and be acting entirely for his own or another's purposes" (Kirschner, p.
With respect to the first exception, the court noted that a co-holder of a discretionary power to distribute trust assets, such as a bank, has no adverse interest merely because of its joint possession of the power.
The 'V1' fund volatility rating reflects low market risk and a capacity to return stable principal value to meet anticipated cash flow requirements, even in adverse interest rate environments.
This adverse interest between the buyer and seller gave the allocation of a fixed purchase price to individual assets a measure of credibility.
Also a fiduciary cannot deal with assets in his own interest, act on behalf of anyone having an adverse interest or receive any personal consideration from any party dealing with the plan.
The fund's 'V1' fund volatility rating reflects low market risk and a capacity to return stable principal value to meet anticipated cash flow requirements, even in adverse interest rate environments.
Several of the rule changes provide that when minors testify or are subpoenaed, they have the right to be accompanied by a parent or guardian, unless it is determined that parent or guardian would have a negative impact on the minor or has an adverse interest to the minor.
The ability of a bank to fulfill its obligations under a letter of credit or guarantee might be affected by possible financial difficulties of its borrowers, adverse interest rate or economic conditions, regulatory limitations or other factors.
The Negative Outlook reflects AF's profitability pressure due to the adverse interest rate environment that has caused significant net interest margin (NIM) compression during the past three years.
I believe the net interest margin will stabilize close to existing levels and the balance sheet is well insulated against further adverse interest rate movements.
Garbarino, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer said, "We are pleased to report consecutive quarters of earnings growth achieved despite the adverse interest rate environment.
Fitch estimates that after AEL's $200 million capital contribution in August 2006, AEILIC's current statutory capitalization as measured by risk-adjusted capital is in excess of 400% of the company action level and provides a cushion for adverse interest rate scenario events, as well as room for growth.