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  Financial Capital
Capital contributed by the owner of the business is known as own capital and that which is borrowed from another institution is known as borrowed capital.
Financial capital may be traded on bond markets or reinsurance markets with different degrees of trust in the social capital of the bond-owners and other entities that trade financial investments.
The relationship between Financial capital and all other forms of capital is assumed in central bank policy and are characterized by a political economy.
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  Financial capital - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Financial capital, or economic capital, is any liquid medium or mechanism that represents wealth, or other styles of capital.
This article focuses mostly on financial instruments which are not uniformly affected by native currency inflation and which are not guaranteed by a state.
When in forms other than money, financial capital may be traded on bond markets or reinsurance markets with varying degrees of trust in the social capital (not just credits) of bond-issuers, insurers, and others who issue and trade in financial instruments.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Financial_capital   (796 words)

  
 Capital (economics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since capital is defined by him as being goods of higher-order, or goods used to produce consumer goods, and derived their value from them, being future goods.
Financial capital which represents obligations, and is liquidated as money for trade, and owned by legal entities.
However, this increasingly distinguishes means of capital investment, and collection of potential rewards for patent, copyright (creative or individual capital), and trademark (social trust or social capital) instruments.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Capital_(economics)   (944 words)

  
 Financial Capital
Typically, the modest capital demands, particularly for microenterprises, are often met by the savings of the entrepreneur or his or her family and friends or by credit cards.
Around 32 percent of the bankers said "shortage of capital," while the remaining 68 percent said "shortage of entrepreneurs."(14) It is interesting to note the regional differences in Kentucky as well as the urban-rural split.
As illustrated, a total of 43 venture capital firms or SBICs are either located in Kentucky or within a three-hour drive.(33) Many are relatively new; among the firms we identified, nearly a third were formed in the 1990s.
www.kltprc.net /books/entrepreneurs/Chpt_14.htm   (4174 words)

  
 Capital One - Careers
As a member of the Capital One team, you’ll be encouraged to stretch and to attain more in an intellectually challenging environment.
At Capital One, innovation and excellence are the foundation of all that we do.
Capital One does not provide, endorse, nor guarantee and is not liable for third party products, services, educational tools, or other information available through this site.
www.capitalone.com /careers   (256 words)

  
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Capital markets act as platforms where individual, private sector or public sector creditors who have no immediate productive use for their wealth make those funds available, through the purchase of debt instruments, through stock (equity securities) and bond markets to those who do have that immediate need (i.e.
The financial system in any nation is focused on acting as an intermediary for the allocation and transformation of economic resources.
It is for this precise reason that in the wake of the contagion effects of financial meltdowns, notable in East Asia, it is incumbant upon policy makers in the Caribbean to ensure the aggressive maturation of the instruments and architecture of the region's financial, capital and stock markets.
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 Capital One Financial Corporation
Capital One Financial Corporation has that answered in September of 1997, as the company went live with an object-based business application that processes all daily transactions of its nearly 10 million cardholders.
Capital One focuses heavily on what it calls "testing"-or devising new financial products, typically credit cards with some new twist, such as a different interest rate, then mailing a sample to potential customers.
Capital One plans to continue its iterative development process, where it keeps rebuilding prototypes and learning from them, even as the first application goes into production.
www.corba.org /industries/bankfin/cofc.html   (722 words)

  
 Chief Executive, The: Taking credit - Capital One Financial Chmn. and CEO Richard Fairbank
Fairbank, a tall, athletic-looking 46-year-old, is the son of a physics professor and keenly aware that properties are in constant motion.
Capital One is Fairbank's laboratory, where new ideas are constantly in various stages of conceptualization, testing, and implementation.
Capital One is insulated to some extent; its average credit line on the $12.8 billion in consumer loans it manages is $3,600 - well below norm.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m4070/is_n122/ai_19498905   (960 words)

  
 Islamic Financial Systems - Finance & Development - June 1997
Whereas the conventional financial system focuses primarily on the economic and financial aspects of transactions, the Islamic system places equal emphasis on the ethical, moral, social, and religious dimensions, to enhance equality and fairness for the good of society as a whole.
Both entrepreneur and investor contribute to the capital (assets, technical and managerial expertise, working capital, etc.) of the operation in varying degrees and agree to share the returns (as well as the risks) in proportions agreed to in advance.
The filtration process ensures that the mode, operation, and capital structure of each business the fund invests in are compatible with Islamic law, eliminating companies engaged in prohibited activities and those whose capital structure relies heavily on debt financing (to avoid dealing with interest).
www.worldbank.org /fandd/english/0697/articles/0140697.htm   (3154 words)

  
 Capital Financial Services - Live your Dream
Provide our clients with the very best in financial solutions to help them to live their dreams and enjoy peace of mind.
Investment Planning Counsel is a private company partly owned by management and advisors, with the majority of shares owned by IGM Financial, a TSX listed company.
IGM Financial is a member of the Power Financial group of companies a key participant in the financial services industry in Canada.
www.capitalfinancial.com   (206 words)

  
 AXA Financial -- Alliance Capital Announces Fourth Quarter and 2000 Financial Results And Intention to Purchase Units ...
Alliance Capital is a leading global investment management firm with approximately $454 billion in assets under management at December 31, 2000.
Alliance Capital is also one of the largest mutual fund sponsors, with a diverse family of globally distributed mutual fund portfolios.
AXA Financial, Inc. owns approximately 2% of the outstanding Alliance Holding Units and approximately 53% of the outstanding Alliance Capital Units, representing an approximate 53% economic interest in Alliance Capital.
www.axa-financial.com /pressroom/2001/020201alliance.html   (1788 words)

  
 Watson Wyatt - a global consulting firm specializing in human capital and financial management - News, Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The survey data is matched to objective financial measures of a company’s worth, including its market value, three- and five-year TRS, and its Tobin’s Q, which measures a company’s ability to create economic value beyond its physical assets.
In addition to identifying the most financially rewarding human capital practices, the research throws a cautionary flag in front of some HR practices that are applauded by conventional wisdom.
Capitalizing on basic communication technology holds tremendous potential for financial payoff — companies that give employees easy access to these technologies see a 4.2 percent gain in market value.
www.watsonwyatt.com /news/press.asp?ID=9047   (1127 words)

  
 Nontraditional Venture Capital Institutions: Filling a Financial Market Gap (P2001-11B)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In principle, venture capital funds attempt to invest in firms that have the potential to generate annual returns on investment in excess of 30 percent, and that can be readily sold within three to seven years from the time of the original investment.
Consequently, new venture capital funds with expertise in a specific industry or location may be able to partner with passive venture funds in financial centers looking for opportunities to place their money.
Despite the great interest in adopting the venture capital model across industries and regions, the majority of venture capital investments continue to be in businesses in early stages and expansion phases in the advanced electronics and biotechnology sectors and in California and the Northeast.
www.rupri.org /publications/archive/reports/P2001-11/gap.html   (4415 words)

  
 Banking and Capital Markets - Financial Services Advisory - Ernst & Young   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Ernst & Young Financial Services Advisory (FSA) group is a group of more than 500 financial services professionals worldwide who combine quantitative, regulatory, and technology skills with broad industry experience to provide our clients with practical yet robust approaches to risk and regulatory issues.
Our team includes former supervisors, regulators and industry practitioners, who are deployed in an integrated team to help you address significant business matters in the areas of risk management, business performance, regulatory and compliance, and technology enablement.
As auditor and advisor to financial services organizations around the world, we have developed significant competencies in the evaluation of the regulatory environment.
www.eygcs.com /global/content.nsf/US/Financial_Services_-_Banking_Capital_Markets_-_Services_-_Financial_Services_Advisory   (697 words)

  
 financial capital Definition
Funds which are available to acquire real capital.
This article tells you why you should save and how much you should save, with specific emphasis on creating an emergency fund, and when to invest in high-risk, high-return ventures.
Here we describe the overall approach we recommend: choose a system, calculate your current income and expenses and compare the two, set specific goals and monitor your progress as you work toward them.
www.investorwords.com /1947/financial_capital.html   (170 words)

  
 TheManageMentor - Finance - Capital Adequacy of Financial Intermediaries (FI)
This requirement is called Capital Adequacy, and it is specified for Banks and Non Banking Financial Corporations (NBFCs).
The amount of subordinate debts to be taken as Tier II capital depends upon the maturity of debt.
According to the present norm, the Capital Adequacy Ratio of bank as defined earlier should be at least 10%.
www.themanagementor.com /enlightenmentorareas/finance/FIFS/CapiAdeq.htm   (448 words)

  
 Capital One Financial Corporation - Securities Class Action
According to the complaint, Capital one issued numerous press releases regarding its performance during the Class Period which represented that the Company was experiencing quarter after quarter of record earnings and revenue growth while maintaining 'stringent risk management practices' and adequate loan loss reserves.
On July 16, 2002, Capital One revealed that it had entered into an agreement with regulators, which required Capital One to boost reserves by $247 million in the second quarter of 2002, tie-up additional capital and institute infrastructure reforms in order to deal adequately with its high rate of growth, especially in the subprime market.
In reaction to the announcement, Capital One's stock plummeted by 39%, falling from a $50.60 per share close on July 16 to $30.48 per share by the close of July 17, on extremely heavy trading volume.
securities.stanford.edu /1025/COF02-01   (461 words)

  
 Financial planning, capital management
Tradition Capital Management is an independent investment organization that is privately owned by its employees and is exclusively focused on providing the highest quality investment management services with honesty and integrity.
He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and earned an MBA from Duke's Fuqua School of Business in 1990, where he was distinguished as a Fuqua Scholar.
Provine utilizes his legal training for reviews of clients' financial, retirement and estate planning arrangements, and prepares recommendations for execution by their legal, accounting, and insurance professionals.
www.traditioncm.com /company.htm   (1216 words)

  
 Connecticut Financial Advisors - Capital Strategies - business valuation, continuation planning, Hartford
She is an original member of the Registry of Financial Planning Practitioners and is a Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, C
Jennifer served as Board Member for several organizations including the Financial Planning Association, is Coordinator of the High School Financial Planning Program for FPA in Connecticut, and resides with her family in Farmington, Connecticut.
Most recently, Tom was President of his own firm which provided in depth financial planning and investment services to individual clients and members of a teachers credit union totaling more than 15,000 members and their immediate families.
www.capitalstrategiesinc.com /about_officers.htm   (609 words)

  
 PRESS RELEASE Friedland Capital Launches Asia Pacific Division, Expands Overseas Financial & Capital Market ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As Friedland Capital's Managing Director--China, Kristina Wang, is responsible for all aspects of the firm's operations in China, as well as assisting Chinese companies with their North American and global objectives.
Friedland Capital Inc. (www.friedlandcapital.com) is a global merchant banking firm with offices in New York, Denver, Beijing and Vancouver.
Friedland Capital is also the world's largest sponsor of financial community and investment events, sponsoring over 280 events annually in 28 US and 3 European cities.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=78801   (937 words)

  
 CNH | Lines Of Business | Financial Services
As a wholly owned subsidiary of CNH Global N.V., our mission at CNH Capital is twofold — to facilitate the sale of CNH agricultural and construction equipment in our major markets, and to generate additional income through the sale of our financial products and services.
CNH Capital is one of the industry's largest equipment finance operations in the world.
CNH Capital delivers a wide array of financial products and services to our Case IH, Case Construction, New Holland and New Holland Construction customers and dealers throughout North America.
www.cnh.com /business/financial.asp   (404 words)

  
 Oklahoma Department of Commerce - Business Development - Financial Resources - New Market Tax Credits   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The NMTC program is designed to provide financial capital to areas of significant economic distress.
Census tracts having a poverty rate greater than 20% and/or a median family income of less than 80% of the area’s median family income, qualify for the 39% credit, which can be claimed for qualifying loans or investments in eligible census tracts.
Equity capital or loan principal repaid by the business during the seven-year term must be reinvested.
www.okcommerce.gov /index.php?option=content&task=view&id=225&Itemid=255   (842 words)

  
 XL Capital
As a global insurance, reinsurance and financial risk specialist, the XL Capital group of companies provide value for their customers by delivering solid and innovative risk management products and financial solutions backed by outstanding customer service.
View CNBC Europe's coverage of Henry Keeling, Chief Operating Officer of XL Capital Ltd ("XL") discussing sub-prime exposure disclosures and market volatility.
XL Capital Ltd to Present at Lehman Brothers Financial Services Conference on May 20, 2008
www.xlcapital.com /xlc/xlc/xls.jsp   (285 words)

  
 Welcome to Capital IQ : Financial Research and Analysis Tools for Financial Institutions, Advisory Firms, and ...
About Us Contact Us Capital IQ provides information and software solutions to financial institutions, advisory firms, and corporations.
Capital IQ Announces Fall 2007 Release Featuring Enhanced Real-Time Market Data, Improved Charting, and Takeover Defense Information
High-level perspectives of public equity, private capital, and MandA.
www.capitaliq.com   (126 words)

  
 Berkshire Capital - Home
Berkshire Capital's senior executives bring a wealth of experience to clients
Berkshire Capital focuses on providing investment banking advice to financial institutions in connection with merger, acquisition, divestiture and related strategic transactions involving investment management firms and broker dealers.
" Berkshire Capital was founded on the premise that carefully crafted transactions in the investment management and securities sectors can provide enduring strategic value to leading financial services companies.
www.berkshirecapitalcorporation.com   (120 words)

  
 SLP Capital | Total Financial Solutions
Started by experienced financial executives, SLP Capital has earned its reputation for being professional and reliable.
At SLP Capital, we take pride in our mission to find the best financial solutions for our valued customers.
For optimal success, SLP Capital works with top-name financial providers and institutions in order to effective service every single customer's unique financial need.
www.slpcapital.com   (329 words)

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