- In addition, Greece claims that the annual fee of 0,05 % was adequate to remunerate the risk.
- Together with other assumptions (e.g. investment costs), these factors drive the result that the project will sufficiently remunerate its investors.
- Moreover, the Commission notes positively that projected profits will allow the bank to remunerate the State capital adequately and redeem it over time.
- In that context, the Commission observes that KBC will adequately remunerate the Belgian authorities for the aid measures it has received.
- on a State aid scheme implemented by Italy to remunerate Poste Italiane for distributing postal savings certificates (C 49/06 (ex NN 65/06))
- on a State aid scheme implemented by Italy to remunerate current accounts held by Poste Italiane with the State Treasury (C 42/06 (ex NN 52/06))
- The bank had endeavoured here to reach an arrangement under which it would remunerate the silent partnership contribution only in accordance with the growth targets agreed with its owner to the tune of its actual use to cover risk assets.
- Nevertheless the Commission considers that in the absence of such special service projects the undertaking would have had to remunerate its redundant workers without them contributing to the increase of revenues of the undertaking.
- This means that if the funds transferred were to fall by comparison with the preceding year, the Treasury would have to remunerate Bancoposta at the rate fixed by the Agreement and return to PI the difference between the amounts deposited.
- In that context, the Commission observes that KBC will adequately remunerate the Belgian authorities for the aid measures it has received. That necessarily limits the amount of aid granted to KBC.
- The FP activity essentially consists in (i) the collection of deposits from third parties whom FSA undertakes to remunerate for those deposits at a specific level under guaranteed investment contracts (or ‘GICs’) and (ii) the reinvestment of these deposits in securities with a higher yield than the cost of the guaranteed investments, thereby generating in principle a positive net profit margin.
- From this forecast, which has been endorsed by the report of Stratix Consulting/Delft Technical University, derive the assumptions regarding prices and penetration rate of the GNA network. Together with other assumptions (e.g. investment costs), these factors drive the result that the project will sufficiently remunerate its investors.