adequacy


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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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On the importance of the these rules HE the Executive President said, compliance with capital adequacy requirements is the safety valve for the licensed companies and is a key instrument for risk management as well as being a message from the company to its clients of its ability to discharge the obligations toward them which would enhance the level of confidence between them.
At the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL), the Health, Long-Term Care and Health Retirement Issues Committee is preparing to vote on a Proposed Model Act Regarding Network Adequacy and Use of Out-of-Network Providers Nov.
Though these methods are commonly used for their possibility to evaluate multiple scenarios but in this article we used simplified approach to evaluate adequacy of the Baltic power system (PS).
At the end of December 2013, the Tier-I capital adequacy ratio was 7.
It is also noteworthy that the Russian central bank is planning to introduce capital adequacy requirement for banks in compliance with Basel III standards from January 1, 2014.
The new rules stipulate the capital adequacy ratio of any domestic banks to be over 12.
The Council approved the key messages of the 2012 report on pension adequacy (2010-2050), which was jointly prepared by the Social Protection Committee (SPC) and the Commission.
According to the Chinese banking regulator, China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC), commercial banks in the nation have better capital adequacy levels than they had at the end of last year.
The purpose of this study is to expand the definition of adequacy by adding soft skills as a measure of school productivity.
Often the victories for adequacy are only the beginning of prolonged and inconclusive struggles within the ruling courts and between the courts and legislatures or governors.
The preliminary BIS capital adequacy ratio of domestic banks posted a record high of 12.
The current formula-based approach developed years ago is "antiquated," and for many products, requires reserves that are grossly in excess of what's required under an adequacy test, leading to higher prices for consumers, said Harrison.
The Framework (also referred to as Basel II) represents the outcome of the work of the Basel Committee, with active participation by the United States banking and thrift institution agencies (Agencies), over recent years to secure international convergence on revisions to regulations and standards governing the capital adequacy of internationally active banking organizations.
In 2001, Congress directed GAO to examine the adequacy of Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) school funding and the adequacy of the formulas employed by BIA to distribute various types of operating funds.