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an adequate quantity

Synonyms for adequacy

the quality of being able to meet a need satisfactorily: "he questioned the adequacy of the usual sentimental interpretation of the Golden Rule"

the quality of being sufficient for the end in view

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The paper sets out the IPA s current thinking in respect of the assessment of the capital adequacy of an insurer undertaking long term insurance business, including the valuation of the assets and liabilities for solvency purposes.
This Standard also provides more elaborate guidance on capital adequacy treatment of various risk exposures related to Shari`ah-compliant products and services, including Sukuk, securitisation and real estate.
The Indian government has stipulated that tier-I capital adequacy should be at least 8 percent for public sector banks.
To maintain resource adequacy and keep pace with plant retirements and load growth, the Alberta market will require generation investments of approximately 530 MW per year between 2013 and 2029," noted Brattle principal Johannes Pfeifenberger, a co-author of the study.
Currently the capital adequacy ratio of domestic banks averages 11.
Head litigators in adequacy lawsuits know that judicial decisions depend on implementation by the political branches and are alert to ways in which this might be achieved.
risk-based capital adequacy regulations relating to an earlier iteration of the Framework.
SML's earnings are considered weak as measured by Standard & Poor's earnings adequacy ratio of 108% at year-end 2003, down from 159% in 2002.
For those carrying any material degree of casualty/liability reserves into the soft market, this would put pressure on risk-adjusted capital adequacy as both reserve risk and asset risk will always fall more slowly than premium risk.
In addition, LMIC's explicit capital support and its commitment to maintain favorable capital levels at Liberty Life--as measured by Best's Capital Adequacy Ratio with a minimum score of 150%--bolster its balance sheet strength.
Best believes that implementation of the Individual Capital Adequacy Standards (ICAS) regime by the UK regulator, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), is likely to lead to capital requirements for members that more closely match the risks to which the members are exposed, effectively reducing the exposure of Lloyd's central assets.
2) Shareholders' Equity and Capital Adequacy Ratio (BIS Guideline)
A company's underwriting, financial and asset leverage are subjected to an evaluation by Best's Capital Adequacy Ratio (BCAR), which allows for an integrated review of these leverage areas.
For many years, the Company has required each branch office to perform a complete inventory of its open claim files during the fourth quarter and to review the adequacy of each carried reserve based on current information.
NYSE: MMC), today announced the introduction of Capital Adequacy Projector (CAP), a capital benchmarking tool designed to help clients prepare for the anticipated regulatory changes as a result of the European Union's Solvency II directives.