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RBA Glossary definition for solvency

solvency – The capacity of an entity to meet its financial obligations as they fall due. Solvency may be expressed as maintaining positive net-tangible assets.

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Discussion on Regulating the New Financial Markets | Conference – 1996

9 Jul 1996 Conferences
Policies aimed at institutional solvency of banks had served the dual purpose of protecting depositors and promoting systemic stability. ... underwrite the solvency or performance of their subsidiaries with the bank's capital.

6 September 2022 | Minutes of the Monetary Policy Meeting of the Board

20 Sep 2022 Minutes
Minutes of the monetary policy meeting of the Reserve Bank Board for 6 September 2022

Bank Funding and Financial Stability

19 Dec 2013 Conferences PDF 344KB
RBA Conference Volume 2013

Submission to the Financial System Inquiry

10 Sep 1996 Bulletin – September 1996
In the case of non-banks, this means supervising part of an institution without first-hand knowledge of the solvency of the whole.

Some Observations on Recent Economic and Financial Trends

9 Mar 2006 Bulletin PDF 96KB
Address by Mr GR Stevens, Deputy Governor, to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia Financial Services Seminar, Melbourne, 22 February 2006


31 Dec 2007 RDP 2007-02
Rochelle Belkar, Lynne Cockerell and Christopher Kent
This paper documents the clear change in the general view in Australia over the past three decades concerning the current account balance as a policy objective, highlighting issues related to solvency, ... Optimality by definition will satisfy solvency,
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Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
stays constant. This reflects that our focus in this model is on bank solvency (i.e.

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10 Mar 2004 FSR – March 2004
Graph 35: General Insurers' Solvency Coverage Ratio. ... Graph 38: Life Insurers' Solvency and Capital Adequacy.


1 Jul 1992 RDP 9208
Adrian Blundell-Wignall and Marianne Gizycki
Risks concerning the solvency of corporate clients appear to have been reflected in normal variations in the risk premia component of lending rates over the business cycle, rather than by rationing
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Panel Discussion of Financial Stability: Ten Questions and about Seven Answers

22 Jul 2010 Conferences PDF 85KB
RBA Conference Volume 2010