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The current rules on collateralization need to be changed.
Most other countries, including most European Union and Asian countries, require local licensing and provide no option for collateralization, creating greater barriers to entry in those markets.
In general, banks placed undue reliance on the collateralization of current mark-to-market exposures and underestimated the potential exposure that could arise under difficult market conditions.
Some banks are reviewing their policies regarding how, when, and with what type of counterparties they will require collateralization of potential future exposures.
Many state and local governments - either individually or through state collateralization programs - require banks to pledge collateral against public deposits in excess of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) limit of $100,000.
In rejecting several of the trust's arguments for nontaxation of the excess interest, the court held that --the excess interest did not merely represent additional exempt interest on the old CDs; the pension fund was obligated to abide by the consequences of the transactional form it chose, and the court was unwilling to recharacterize the collateralization of old CDs as the acquisition of old and new ones; and --the transaction was not a payment with respect to a security loan as defined in Sec.
If the principal amount of the loan is greater than 80 percent of such value, then the loan will not have excess collateralization.
Fitch has reviewed the executed CSA following the Collateralization Event.
He noted that the directive reflects the thinking of the European Commission that there is no role for collateralization within the European Union.
The elimination of collateralization requirements--under which, say, a German reinsurer would have to post collateral in France to cover risks underwritten in France--is seen by European legislators as a tool to pry U.
The collateralization should be for an amount equal to the captive insurance company's ultimate expected losses plus unearned premium reserves.
The 'AAA' rating on the bonds is based on the underwriting standards employed by the NJEIT, significant loan pool diversification, high collateralization levels, and the overall credit quality of the drinking water state revolving fund (DWSRF) and the clean water state revolving fund (CWSRF) loan pools.
In addition, the significant collateralization levels allow for 25% of loan repayments to permanently default without any interruption in payments to bondholders.
This growth reflects the importance of collateralization as a risk mitigation tool, as well as ISDA's efforts to enhance the efficiency of the collateralization process and function," he said.
In addition, the significant collateralization levels allow for over 24% of loan repayments to permanently default without any interruption in payments to bondholders.