- mark + to + market (Wiktionary)
“After the Financial Accounting Standards Board eased so-called mark-to-market accounting rules on April 2, the banks could consult their own esoteric models and essentially value their bad assets however they wanted, “mark-to-model.””
“A move from so-called mark-to-market, or fair-value, accounting would be a reversal for the investment banks, particularly Goldman Sachs, which has lauded the approach for its ability to assist in risk management.”
“Blankfein, 57, have supported so-called mark-to-market accounting, arguing that risk-management depends on valuing assets according to market prices.”
“Miller, the former chair of the tax section of the New York State Bar Association, has proposed a so-called mark-to-market system to tax the annual appreciation in the stock holdings of the top 1/10th of 1 percent of taxpayers.”
“Of the total provisions, 27.82 billion rupees was set aside against bad loans while the remainder was against the mark-to-market depreciation on its equities and bond portfolios and other regulatory provisioning requirements.”
“Instead of recognizing that price volatility, illiquidity, and mark-to-market rules are the primary reason for volatility in financial statements, many have concluded that you can't trust the "bankers" and that additional regulation and oversight is needed.”
“In this case, it is not a mark-to-market, it is a mark-to-model or to assumptions that may or may not be reflective of what Orchard would be worth in a market transaction, were it for sale.”
“That doesn't mean that mark-to-market has no bearing or that it is wrong.”
“Once you accept the mark-to-market convention, you begin the debate of what is the correct market price.”
“The move marks a shift for Robert Herz, head of the FASB, who recently told a panel of lawmakers that the harshest critics of mark-to-market accounting practices have been the very same banks that have gone under when regulators would not let them adjust their accounting.”
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