In terms of banking capital reserve, Tier II's capital loss absorption capacity is____ that of Tier I capital.
Tier II is the supplementary capital. It is considered to be gone concern capital. Tier II items qualify as regulatory capital to the extent that they can be used to absorb losses arising from a bank's activities. Tier II's capital loss absorption capacity is lower than that of Tier I capital. Tier 1 capital is considered to be the going concern capital. The going concern capital allows a bank to continue its activities and keeps it solvent. The highest quality of Tier 1 capital is called common equity tier 1 (CET1) capital.
Rahul bought 100 shares of Reliance for price of Rs.2500 per share. After one year he sold the shares for Rs.2700. Reliance paid out a dividend of Rs.10...
What is the maximum amount of loan against security that can be availed for demat shares?
The term float is used in:
Which of the following is true regarding Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises?
1. a micro enterprise, where the investment in plant and machinery...
Consider the following about Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
I. PMLA was enacted in 2002 and it came into force in 2005.
II. The PL...
Payment under a contract is made in consideration to which among the following?
K Enterprises follows the written down value method of depreciating machinery year after year due to which of the following:
The president of the NCLT and the chairperson and Judicial members of the NCLAT are appointed in consultation with whom?
Which Section of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 repealed the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, 1909 and Provincial Insolvency Act, 1920?