Capital management remains a focus for the bank's stakeholders, with the total risk-weighted capital ratio increasing from 12.
What does RWC stand for?
RWC stands for Risk-Weighted Capital
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Apicorp, Al Nuaimi said, enjoys a risk-weighted capital adequacy ratio of 26.
Our risk-weighted capital adequacy ratio was approximately 25pc at the end of 2009," added Mr Al Nuaimi.
0% of total risk-weighted capital as of September 30, 2008.
Recently a number of commentators have called for the Basel Committee to make improvements to Basel II, including carrying out a quantitative impact study using observations from recent upheavals, meaningful non-risk weighted leverage ratio requirements (as currently applicable in the US) to supplement current risk-weighted capital requirements and use of banks' own risk models to be complemented by credible and effective market discipline.
Increase its risk-based capital to 11 percent of its risk-weighted capital by Dec.
According to regulatory reports, more than 98 percent of these organizations have risk-weighted capital ratios in excess of 10 percent, well above the Basel I minimum of 8 percent.
Domestically operating banks are required to hold risk-weighted capital at least equal to 4% of their assets such as loans, while those banks operating internationally are mandated to have a higher capital adequacy ratio of 8%.