- n. Plural form of recapitalization.
“Modifications involving what lenders call "recapitalizations" -- rolling delinquent payments and fees into a new balance typically carrying a more affordable interest rate -- also can increase scores modestly, the study found.”
“Modifications involving what lenders call "recapitalizations" - rolling delinquent payments and fees into a new balance typically carrying a more affordable interest rate - can also increase scores modestly, the study found.”
“A significant portion of these "recapitalizations" might have been unnecessary if bank capital adequacy had been measured on a going concern basis, not a liquidation basis.”
“From a capital perspective, then, the initial TARP "recapitalizations" did nothing, and nothing happens until the conversion.”
“The relief rally in Irish sovereigns reflects the view that most of the horror around required bank recapitalizations is now out in the open-that is, the recent stress tests have credibility," said Bill O'Neill , chief investment officer of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management EMEA.”
“It will likely have injected as much as €70 billion, equivalent to 44% of the annual output of the Irish economy, when the bank recapitalizations are completed this year.”
“To the extent new equity needs to come from governments, recapitalizations will fuel sovereign-debt concerns.”
“The ECB purchased Spanish and Italian government bonds on Thursday, a trader said, hours after European leaders inked a three-pronged deal they hope will solve the region's debt crisis through a mix of Greek debt restructuring, bank recapitalizations and leverage of Europe's bailout fund to give it extra firepower.”
“That could even include lending money to finance bank recapitalizations.”
“The deal also allows the facility to fund bank recapitalizations, including for countries that aren't under bailout programs.”
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