DBR

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AcronymDefinition
DBRDOS (Disk Operating System) Boot Record
DBRDistributed Bragg Reflector
DBRDaily Business Review
DBRDuke Basketball Report (fan site)
DBRDesign-Based Research (education)
DBRDepartment of Business Regulation (various locations)
DBRDrum-Buffer-Rope
DBRDavis Brown Racing
DBRDos Boot Record
DBRDual Beam Recorder
DBRD-Bracket
DBRDirt Bike Racing
DBRDowel Bar Retrofit (highway pavements)
DBRDragon Boat Race
DBRDual Band Radar
DBRDecibel (reference value)
DBRDatabase Backup and Recovery
DBRDrinker Biddle Reath (Philadelphia, PA)
DBRDeterministic Bit Rate
DBRDoing Business Right (various locations)
DBRDavid Binder Research (San Francisco, CA)
DBRData Buffer Register
DBRDisclosure-Based Regulation (focused on the quality of information disclosed by issuers)
DBRDebt Burden Ratio (finance)
DBRDeath, Burial, Ressurection
DBRDestroy Before Reading (fictitious security clearance level)
DBRDual-Behavior Resonator
DBRDatabase Reorganization
DBRDetail Billing Record
DBRDesign Basis Report
DBRData Bus Recorder
DBRData-oriented Belief Revision
DBRDesign Basis Reconstitution
DBRDamage Beyond Repair
DBRDynamic Bandwidth Report
DBRDetailed Business Requirements
DBRDiabetic Background Retinopathy (ophthalmological malady)
DBRDogan Burda Rizzoli Printing Corporation
DBRDatabase Reconciliation
DBRDesignated Backup Router (Computer Networking)
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This helps in reducing the overall debt burden ratio when you consider home finance or any other type of finance.
To protect consumers, the UAE Central Bank has specified that the Debt Burden Ratio (DBR) - the maximum percentage of an individual's income that goes toward debt payment - should be no more than 50 percent.
The regulations in Saudi Arabia sets the Debt Burden Ratio (DBR) for the consumer at 33 percent.
Moreover, you have to consider the debt burden ratio where a customer cannot have more than 50 per cent of his income being spent into paying back any debts that he has.
BMI Bank's loan eligibility is based on the customers' current income, financial liabilities as well as the debt burden ratio.
Other major restrictions brought in by CBO on consumer loan front last year include introduction of debt burden ratio (the portion of salary that goes as loan repayment) of 50 per cent and 60 per cent for personal and housing loans, respectively.
The state budget analysis points out that when those payments begin, the athletic department's debt burden ratio - debt payment as a percentage of overall revenue - will jump to 25 percent from the current 5 percent.
Adjustments for such fixed-payment obligations would push the debt burden ratio higher by about 0.
In May this year, the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) issued new regulations for personal and housing loans in which it stipulated that the debt burden ratio (DBR) - the ratio of equated monthly instalments (EMIs) to the borrowers monthly income - should not be more than 50 per cent for personal loans.
The retail loan growth was affected by recent regulatory restrictions, mainly the capping of debt burden ratio at 50 per cent and reducing repayment tenor to ten years, sources said.
The central bank also specifies that the debt burden ratio (calculated in total monthly instalments of all debt burden) should not exceed 50 per cent of the monthly income.
The debt burden ratio for housing loans is set at 60 per cent from the net salary deposited to the bank.