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gearing

1. an assembly of gears designed to transmit motion
2. the act or technique of providing gears to transmit motion

gearing

[′gir·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A set of gear wheels.
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The transaction is expected to be immediately accretive to key 2020 metrics, including: free cash flow per share, cash return on capital invested (CROCI), net asset value, G&A per Boe, LOE per Boe, leverage ratio and inventory life.
The Net Leverage Ratio is the sole financial covenant under Speedcast's Senior Secured Facility, and applies when drawings under the RCF exceed 35% of the RCF limit.
The HKMA (Hong Kong Monetary Authority) has asked banks to prepare for the revised leverage ratio treatment of client-cleared derivatives and the additional disclosure requirements.
The formula for the DuPont Analysis would be Net Profit Margin multiplied by the Asset Turnover Ratio, then multiplied to the Financial Leverage Ratio.
For the asset coverage and effective leverage ratio tests, the total market value exposure periods (i.e.
High incomes driven by the energy and health care sectors helps it to a benign leverage ratio of 2.17.
To temper the leverage build-up, the big banks will begin to set aside at least five percent leverage ratio in July this year to complement the capital adequacy ratio (CAR).
The newly implemented changes include the introduction of revised capital requirements through implementation of the Countercyclical Capital Buffer, Credit Valuation Adjustment and Central Counterparties frameworks; the requirement for certain capital instruments to absorb losses at the Point Of Non-Viability; full implementation of the Leverage Ratio floor; the disclosure of the Leverage Ratio and the Liquidity Coverage Ratio; and the introduction of new reporting requirements, and further miscellaneous amendments that will provide greater clarity to institutions operating in ADGM.
In this comment, I concentrate on what the authors describe as the logic of the steady-state model: that the leverage ratio requirement in U.S.
Madinet Nasr for Housing and Development (MNH) has the second lowest leverage ratio with a posting of 0.105.
BRITAIN'S banks have slammed plans to impose new capital rules for lenders and said the "leverage ratio" proposals are far too complex and could encourage banks to take more risks.
The GHOS endorsed proposals from the Basel Committee on a common definition of the leverage ratio, which has been formulated to overcome differences in national accounting frameworks that have previously prevented ready comparison of bank leverage ratios across borders.