CT1

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CT1Core Tier 1
CT1Channelized T1
CT1Committee T1 (ANSI - US Positions for ITU-T)
CT1Cryptologic Technician First Class (Naval rating)
CT1Cesha Televize 1 (Czech TV station)
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All 11 systemically important banks (SIBs) had capital ratios above the minimum requirements including conservation and systemic importance buffers (core Tier 1 ratio of 7.025%, Tier 1 ratio of 8.525% and total capital ratio of 10.525%).
The total amount of Tier 1 capital now required under Basel III Guidelines is 6% out of which Core Tier 1 is required to be 4.5% (against the Basel II requirement of 2%).
BoC as well as other local banks are under pressure to beef up their core tier 1 ratio as they try to deal with rising levels of non-performing loans, often reaching 45 to 50 per cent of portfolios.
It had a 15.7 per cent core Tier 1 capital ratio (Basel II) and a low leverage of 8.4x as of year-end 2013, and could help BankAsya with its capital and funding challenges.
Its core Tier 1 ratio, a key measure of a bank's capital strength, stood at 11.1% at the end of March, on the back of government funding.
Societe Generale said it would be able to reach the core Tier 1 capital ratio (reserve capital and benefits to loans granted) of 9% percent by 30 June 2012 "by its own means, without resorting to public funds and while continuing to finance the French economy".
The decision was made in view of the bank's target for core tier 1 capital ratio of 13%.
With the Bank of America, Citibank, Goldman Sachs coming under mounting pressure, and European banks looking "absolutely dicey" due to their overwhelming exposure to Greek and other sovereign EU debt, the MENA banking industry is among the safest in the world "with minimal debt to GDP and very healthy core Tier 1 capital ratios," banking analysts said in a report.
He said that his bank has a strong capital base, and added that it would have a core tier 1 capital of 11.5 per cent in 2013.
Proposals were initially floated in the committee that the minimum core tier 1 capital ratio be set between 6 and 8 percent and introduced in 2012 because the United States and Britain, which have suffered greatly from the credit crisis, demanded stricter requirements.
Italian bank executives believe that the key measure of bank strength is Core Tier 1, a narrower measure than the Tier 1 capital which was the focus of the stress tests.
Through the rights offer, Swedbank will increase its core Tier 1 capital ratio, a measure of financial strength, to 12.1 percent from 9.8