Les membres de l'ATCF
ont insiste, dans ce sens, sur le besoin d'accelerer le travail de reflexion sur un nouveau modele du secteur bancaire qui s'articulera autour de la generalisation de la transformation digitale de l'activite financiere.
3, together with the ATCF best track gale-force wind radii data (red arcs).
The red arcs are showing the ATCF b-deck gale-force (34 kt) wind radii.
ATCF also works with Mexican groups representing factory workers in border factories, known as maquiladoras, and farmers who went bankrupt after NAFTA was signed.
The trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada displaced about 2 million small farmers in Mexico, and job creation in the country's industrial sectors couldn't keep pace with a population that added about 1.2 million new workers every year, according to the ATCF website.
As was the case with the periodic ATCF, the one-time after-tax cash flow from equity reversion is clearly a function of [V.sub.O]; yet [V.sub.O] is also based on the after-tax equity reversion by equation 3.
In the traditional model, the value of E from table 1 is simply the present value (PV) of the periodic after-tax cash flow (ATCF) [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] plus the present value of the after-tax equity reversion (ATER): $24,449.79 + $43,237.70 = $67,687.49.
PGI = Potential gross income V&RL = Vacancy and rent loss EGI = Effective gross income OE = Operating expenses NOI = Net operating income DS = Debt service + interest BTCF = Before-tax cash flow TAXES = Federal and state income taxes ATCF
= After-tax cash flow
Note the calculation of NOI, after-tax cash flows (ATCF) for each of the three years, and after-tax net proceeds from sale (ATNPS), which is the projected terminal value of the property at the end of Year 3.
The example shows that by investing $60,000 today, you expect to receive the following after-tax cash flows: Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 ATCF -$60,000 $2,682 $3,807 $ 5,005 ATNPS $71,098 Total $60,000 $2,682 $3,807 $76,103
Best-track storm-specific information is provided from the ATCF
by observations from the JTWC, CPHC, and NHC (Sampson and Schrader 2000).
The starting point for the trend analysis of intensity guidance errors is 1989, which is the year that the Automated Tropical Cyclone Forecast (ATCF
; Sampson and Schrader 2000) system first became available at the operational forecast centers.