having sufficient cash when liabilities become due.
The financial ability to continue business.
The ability to pay all debts.
A company's ability to satisfy its obligations to creditors when they are due. A company is "technically insolvent" if it has enough assets to pay creditors, but cannot liquidate them quickly enough to meet payment deadlines.
A business condition of financial viability in which net worth is positive and the business is expected to meet its financial obligations as they come due. An insolvent business has a zero net worth and questionable viability. Solvency indicators include the debt-to-asset ratio, debt-to-equity ratio and the equity-to-asset ratio.
Having the necessary income and assets to cover monthly expenses. The opposite of being overextended on debt obligations.
The borrower's ability to meet his financial commitments.
A business's ability to meet its long term financial obligations.
the ability to meet financial obligations on time.
The condition of having sufficient money or assets to cover any existing liabilities. This is the fiscal test thatt demonstrates whether or not a constituted organisation is trading legally.
Indicators for a company's ability to sustain losses. More specifically the part of its assets that can be lost before the losses affect its loan capital. Calculated as the ratio of equity capital to assets.
The ability of the program to pay scheduled benefits with scheduled financing. This includes payroll tax revenue, social security surpluses and interest earned on social security surpluses.
The capacity of an entity to meet its financial obligations as they fall due. Solvency may be expressed as maintaining positive net-tangible assets.
the ability of life assurance companies to meet the claims of policyholders as they fall due
It expresses a company's financial ability to repay its debts when due.
The degree to which a solvent holds a resin or other paint binder in solution.
The ability of a company to meet its financial obligations.
A company's long-run ability to meet all financial obligations.
The ability of a borrower to meet obligations as they become due. Opposite: Insolvency. Français: Solvabilité Español: Solvencia
The ability of a corporation both to meet its long-term fixed expenses and to have adequate money for long-term expansion and growth. Also, the state of being able to meet maturing obligations as they come due.
Solvency is the ability of an insurance company to pay future claims. In order to remain solvent, insurance companies must always keep an adequate surplus of funds in case an unforeseen increase in claims occurs.
The term is applied to a range of corporate issues. A company in liquidation is not solvent unless the directors can declare that it can pay all creditors within twelve months. A company is commonly assumed to be solvent if the value of the company's assets is more than its liabilities, taking account of contingent and future claims or that it will generate sufficient surplus revenue from its operations to make up the deficit.
Insurers must have sufficient assets (capital, surplus, reserves) in order to satisfy statutory financial requirements (investments, annual reports, examinations) and to meet liabilities.
(1) A company's ability to meet its financial obligations on time. (2) For an insurer, the ability to maintain capital and surplus above the minimum standard of capital and surplus required by law. Also known as statutory solvency. In Canada, known as capital adequacy.
The ability of a company to meet all its obligations.
Insurance companies' ability to pay the claims of policyholders. Regulations to promote solvency include minimum capital and surplus requirements, statutory accounting conventions, limits to insurance company investment and corporate activities, financial ratio tests, and financial data disclosure.
Ability of a fluid to dissolve inorganic materials and polymers, which is a function of aromaticity.
Having sufficient assets--capital, surplus, reserves--and being able to satisfy financial requirements--investments, annual reports, examinations--to be eligible to transact insurance business and meet liabilities.
In finance solvency is the ability of an entity to pay its debts with available cash. Solvency does not refer to any equation. It is a statement of fact.