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a record of the financial situation of an institution on a particular date by listing its assets and the claims against those assets

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The motives for balance-sheet manipulation frequently relate to reporting requirements established by lenders, rating agencies and regulators who tend to focus more heavily on balance-sheet items.
To some degree, it backed off from the very strong balance-sheet emphasis that initiated the project.
In addition to its balance-sheet debt, Norfolk Southern also has off-balance-sheet obligations tied to operating leases on locomotives, rail cars, lines of track and real estate.
In determining a life/health insurer's ability to meet its current and ongoing obligations to policyholders, balance-sheet strength is one of the most important areas to evaluate, since it is the foundation for policyholder security.
The assigned rating is derived from an in-depth evaluation of a company's balance-sheet strength, operating performance and business profile, compared with A.
Our goal was to expand these services to include asset/liability analysis and overall balance-sheet management strategies," said Jim DeMasi, Chartered Financial Analyst, Vice President and Fixed-Income Strategist at Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc.
The affirmation is based on NRMA group's excellent business franchise and market leadership in general insurance in Australia, along with its very strong balance-sheet profile, underpinned by excellent capitalization and conservative reserving standards.