the quality or state of having merit or value
- A typical use of this information package may be to establish basic emission road-worthiness of the engine system.
- For road transport aim in particular at market access, road safety, road worthiness tests, road side inspections as well as social, fiscal and technical rules.
- In particular, banks rejected Novoles Straža's application for new funds because it had a poor credit worthiness and insufficient security to make up for such a poor standing.
- The Commission describes here some of the errors that appear in Chapter 5.0, ‘Credit Worthiness of Hellenic Shipyards S.A.’, of the first Deloitte report.
- This method shall also permit access to specific smaller information packages as defined in this annex (e.g. road worthiness information packages in case of emission related OBD)
- A typical use of this information package may be to establish detailed understanding of the emission road-worthiness of the engine system.
- To receive benefit from the TUFS, companies apply to commercial banks or other lending agencies, which grant the loans to the companies based upon their own independent assessment of the credit worthiness of the borrowers.
- the aggregate amount of re-securitisation exposures retained or purchased broken down according to the exposure before and after hedging/insurance and the exposure to financial guarantors, broken down according to guarantor credit worthiness categories or guarantor name;
- Complete the legislative and administrative alignment on all modes of transport. For road transport aim in particular at market access, road safety, road worthiness tests, road side inspections as well as social, fiscal and technical rules. Maritime transport should include maritime safety.
- In case of guarantees covering domestic risks (i.e. guarantee for the exporting SME), the fee depends on the credit-worthiness of the exporting SME and is set on the basis of a five-grade rating system based on objective criteria as well as subjective evaluation, carried out in line with commercial bank practice.
- ‘market risk’ means the risk of loss for the UCITS resulting from fluctuation in the market value of positions in the UCITS’ portfolio attributable to changes in market variables, such as interest rates, foreign exchange rates, equity and commodity prices or an issuer’s credit worthiness;
- Furthermore, the Slovenian authorities furnished the Commission with documentary evidence that the company was unable to obtain a sufficient amount of fresh capital from the capital markets. In particular, banks rejected Novoles Straža's application for new funds because it had a poor credit worthiness and insufficient security to make up for such a poor standing.
- Credit institutions shall use the following conversion factors:(a) for credit lines which are uncommitted, that are unconditionally cancellable at any time by the credit institution without prior notice, or that effectively provide for automatic cancellation due to deterioration in a borrower's credit worthiness, a conversion factor of 0 % shall apply.
- an air carrier is entitled to refuse to allow combinations and changes of reservation for objective and non-discriminatory reasons of a technical or commercial nature, in particular where the air carrier effecting carriage is concerned about the credit worthiness of the air carrier who would be collecting payment for this carriage, in which case the latter air carrier must be notified thereof in writing;