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6 per cent of URC's total assets, and is in line with our corporate objective of reducing our exposure to non-earning assets, which also do not possess any real strategic value in our real estate portfolio.
Moreover, a number of these companies liquidated non-earning assets.
On the same note, and with the aim of maximizing BFH shareholders' value, the group decided to perform an internal restructuring exercise whereby it will be spinning off certain non-earning assets from BFH the listed entity.
Companies are using these to preserve capital for core business purposes and to keep from burdening balance sheets with non-earning assets.
3% at end-June 2006) and a modest portion of non-earning assets (net past due and restructured loans plus net FICAFE plus net foreclosed assets) at 24% of equity as of June 2006.
On the same note, and with the aim of maximising BFH shareholders' value, the group decided to perform an internal restructuring exercise whereby it will be spinning off certain non-earning assets from BFH the listed entity.
Our partnership provides the opportunity to blend the strengths of both companies to help financial institutions increase liquidity by monetizing their non-earning assets while improving efficiency ratios and eliminating underutilized properties.
Asset quality improved from the second quarter of 1998, with non-earning assets (non-accruals and other real estate owned) declining to $627,835 at June 30, 1999, from $1,221,299 at June 30, 1998.