sheet deposit

sheet deposit

[′shēt di‚päz·ət]
(geology)
A stratiform mineral deposit that is more or less horizontal and extensive relative to its thickness.
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Therefore when liquidity dries up, the scissors effect is terrible: on the one hand asset values drops very quickly - far more than conventional banks; on the other side of the balance sheet deposit withdrawal is much faster.
However, the task force believes that on-balance sheet deposit taking and investing in instruments of up to one year could be consistent with an acceptable level of risk.
Advice: Statistically speaking, a French company that doesn't respect the annual mandatory balance sheet deposit during two consecutive years represents a bankruptcy probability percentage rate four times higher than a company regularly depositing its documents with the Trade Court Clerk.
The Dandot Formation is followed by terrestrial:fluvial sediments of the Warchha Sandstone which marks a prominent fall in the sea level and contains channel facies of abandoned channel (WRI), Meander channel (WR2) and Multistory channel deposits (WR3), while upward the Sardhai Formation record transitional channel sheet deposits (SRI, legoonal delta environment (SR2), lagoonal environment (SR3) and inner lacustrine environment (Lagoon) (SR4) facies which were deposited in the transgression phase.
The industry includes private lending, trust loans, credit and non bank institutions and banks' off balance sheet deposits, which are also known as wealth management products.