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RBA Glossary definition for bankruptcy

bankruptcy – A legal status, which can be initiated by a creditor or person concerned, whereby the bankrupt's property is vested in a trustee and, with the exception of certain personal and professional property, is available for distribution to creditors.

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Applicants | Personal Information Collection Notices

9 May 2023
The Personal Information Collection Notice for Applicants contains more information about how the Bank uses personal and other information collected during the recruitment process

Financial System Liquidity, Asset Prices and Monetary Policy | Conference – 2005

11 Jul 2005 Conferences
Hyun Song Shin
If the borrower can declare bankruptcy, return the keys, and walk away, then it is the banking sector that will end up holding the depreciating property stock. ... Loan-to-value ratios and bankruptcy rules may differ substantially from those in place in

Payment Systems and Netting Act 1998: Approval of RITS and Austraclear

29 Oct 1998 Media Releases
The Payments System Board declares the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System (RITS) and the Austraclear System (otherwise known as FINTRACS) are approved real-time gross settlement (RTGS) systems in terms of the Payment Systems and Netting

Firm Dynamics and Public Policy: Evidence from OECD Countries | Conference – 2015

19 Mar 2015 Conferences
Dan Andrews, Chiara Criscuolo, Peter Gal and Carlo Menon
In this regard, well-functioning product, labour and capital markets as well as efficient judicial systems and bankruptcy laws that do not overly penalise failure can raise the expected returns to ... Bankruptcy legislation that does not excessively

Discussion on Reforming the International Financial Architecture: Limiting Moral Hazard and Containing Real Hazard | Conference – 1999

9 Aug 1999 Conferences
Either way, recipient countries face the added responsibility of developing legal and administrative frameworks for dealing with bankruptcy. ... Some suggestions, such as standstills, are imperfect attempts to reproduce the mechanisms of domestic

General Discussion of Reforming the International Financial Architecture: Limiting Moral Hazard and Containing Real Hazard

7 Dec 2006 Conferences PDF 12KB
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1 Nov 1993 RDP 9311
Philip Lowe and Thomas Rohling
but to reduce the probability of subsequent bankruptcy and loss of their job. ... While we present no direct evidence in support of the view that this recapitalisation (or reliquefication) is an attempt to reduce the cost of external funds and reduce
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The Model

22 Nov 2016 RDP 2016-07
James Hansen and Angus Moore
In addition, we do not assume explicit bankruptcy costs; nonetheless, as we will show, default is still welfare reducing because it reduces the effectiveness of the OTC derivatives hedge.
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The International Reform Agenda: Unfinished Business

6 Dec 1999 Speech
Stephen Grenville
Address by Stephen Grenville to the William M. Mercer's Global Investment Forum, Sydney

Box A: Global Recovery Rates on Corporate Defaults

10 Mar 2010 FSR – March 2010
Since 2008, around one third of bankruptcies have been distressed debt exchanges, compared to an historical average of around 10 per cent. ... The agreements appear to result in a quicker emergence from bankruptcy and higher recovery rates for debt