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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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He said, 'My tentative conclusion from market responses to the limited amount of discussion of the process of reducing the size of our balance sheet that has taken place so far is that we appear less likely to face major market disturbances now than we did in the case of the taper tantrum.
The Abu Dhabi-listed bank implemented a number of measures last year to strengthen its balance sheet through a significant deleveraging of non-core assets including reduction of Dh1.38 billion of legacy non-performing loans.
By contrast, the Eurosystem has traditionally operated using a larger balance sheet within a bank-based system, instead of a more capital-market oriented system such as in the United States.
Earlier, the company had reported that a balance sheet for liquidation purposes would be prepared.
The question is: would an audited balance sheet stand legal scrutiny?
Your association has a strong balance sheet. You have no long-term debt and plenty of invested reserves; a majority in a very conservative "Legacy Fund," and the balance in a more aggressive "Interim Fund." Although your association is a not-for-profit, it has all of the ordinary financial obligations of any other business, including the obligation to operate profitably.
Retail banks represented 40.2pc of the consolidated balance sheet at March-end, with an aggregate balance sheet of BD29.1bn ($77.4bn).
"It's all about balance sheet management and your strategy to deal with this configuration, but 35% net long-term assets puts a credit union above the 75th percentile of that distribution.
Shareholders' equity amounted to AED 4.4 billion and represents 24.2 per cent of the total balance sheet footing reflecting the bank's strong capital base.
"When we affirmed the rating in September, we noted that contingent liabilities from state-owned enterprises (SOEs) were the main threat to the sovereign balance sheet, and that although SOE borrowing had fallen sharply since 2009, overall SOE debt had continued to increase," it said.
Now that we created the Balance Sheet report, the next step is to create the Beginning Balance Sheet report and the corresponding table and form for data entry.
We also use the VAR to evaluate the relative contribution of balance sheet shocks and other shocks to business cycles.
Below is a balance sheet, a real balance sheet, of a real company.
Some capital advisory experts The Real Deal spoke with said that one group in particular, balance sheet lenders -- a bank or fund that keeps all of its debt on its own books without packaging it into securities and selling it off, as the big Wall Street lenders did -- has begun to fill the gap left by Wall Street's secondary commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market wizards.
* Balance sheet account reconciliation is an underappreciated internal control over financial re porting.