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creditworthy

(of an individual or business enterprise) adjudged as meriting credit on the basis of such factors as earning power, previous record of debt repayment, etc.
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In the longer term, the impact of the IMF programmes on creditworthiness is less clear-cut.
14) If a settlor believes that creditworthiness demonstrates a threshold of personal responsibility and achievement, this objective may be incorporated into the trust to provide a minimum threshold for a beneficiary's participation in family wealth.
To this end, the adapted program will build on the City Creditworthiness Initiatives approaches to engaging regulators and potential
Creditworthiness Academy is a five-day workshop in Amman, Jordan, hosted by the Greater Amman Municipality and delivered in partnership with the World Bank.
This is probably due to the fact that Lebanon has stood resilient to the current political crises taking place in the Middle East and its creditworthiness is largely backed by the country's banking sector, which continues to stand resilient, weathering off any ensuing negative repercussions," the report said.
As the evaluation of creditworthiness is a very complex goal, multi-criteria decision-making methods should be applied in which both quantitative and qualitative criteria are taken into consideration.
The 10 include standards for financial data and other information that shippers will be required to provide pipelines to establish creditworthiness; a requirement that pipelines' creditworthiness determinations be made on the basis of objective and transparent criteria; collateral requirements for service on existing facilities as well as service obtained through pipeline construction; timelines for suspension and termination of service; and proposed standards governing capacity release transactions.
This would enhance Itochu's currently small cushion against potential credit risks on its assets, which in turn could improve the company's creditworthiness and provide it with more stable access to funds, a crucial factor for trading companies,'' it said.
The start-up business plan not only helps lenders assess your creditworthiness, but will also keep you organized and focused on the purpose of your business venture.
Other issues to be discussed include how to supplement Asian nations' reduced creditworthiness and establishing a common clearing system.
In some cases, assessments of LTCM's creditworthiness was found to be less than adequate as a result of limited information on the fund's true risk profile and risk-management capabilities.
Part I of this discussion develops a model showing how borrowers in a group that is discriminated against will not receive the same return on their efforts to prove their creditworthiness as other borrowers.