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NEANational Education Association
NEANational Endowment for the Arts
NEANational Environment Agency (Singapore)
NEANew Enterprise Associates (VC firm)
NEANuclear Energy Agency
NEANational Energy Administration (various locations)
NEANear-Earth Asteroid
NEABureau of Near Eastern Affairs (US Department of State)
NEANepal Engineers' Association (est. 1962)
NEANorth East Area (various locations)
NEANepal Electricity Authority
NEANewspaper Enterprise Association
NEANational Electrification Administration (Philippines)
NEANew England Aquarium
NEANorth East Asia
NEANoreste Argentino (Spanish: Argentine Noth East Region)
NEANational Enterprise Academy (UK)
NEANegative Electron Affinity
NEANitrogen Enriched Air
NEANoise Equivalent Absorbance
NEANational Editorial Association
NEANon-Earning Assets (finance)
NEANational Economic Association
NEANational Erectors Association
NEANoise Equivalent Angle
NEANagano Employers' Association (Nagano, Japan)
NEANational Energy Act of 1978
NEANew Evangelization of America
NEANon-Explosive Actuator
NEANew England Adventure
NEANational Employment Association
NEANaroff Economic Advisors
NEANetz-Ersatz-Anlage (German)
NEANiagara Enterprise Agency
NEANet Earning Assets
NEANew England Anime
NEANaval Exercise Area
NEANet Expenditure Accrued
NEANot Enough Acronyms
NEANumber of Enrollee Attempts (biometrics)
NEANelson and Albemarle Railway
NEANihon Eyelash Extension Association (Japan)
NEANearly Everything Anonymous (12 Step Program for Recovery)
NEANiagara Electrical Association
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The Tan-led bank booked a net gain of P4.4 billion from the disposal of foreclosed properties as a result of its continuing strategy of reducing non-earning assets.
This is in line with the bank's continuing strategy of paring its non-earning assets.
The bank's strategy of reducing its non-earning assets also bore fruit, as it booked higher net gains in 2017 on disposal of foreclosed properties at P3.9 billion, up from the P2.5 billion in 2016.
In FY 2016, aggregated equity (adjusted for any material non-earning assets) rose 5.2% from FY 2015 and increased 14% from FY 2012.
Among these was a marked increase in profitability in 2016, which has served to strengthen the balance sheet and the taking of additional provisions that have effectively reduced the burden of non-earning assets. capitalisation has also strengthened with the consistent deleveraging measures taken by the Group, improving financial flexibility.
Significant increase in net gains from sale of foreclosed assets was achieved, highlighting the Bank's continued efforts to reduce non-earning assets.
The aim at declining its non-earning assets by Rs8-10 billion by the year close 2016, and sell bank-owned properties to accrue capital gains.
classified and non-earning assets and the modarabas, which have not implemented proper risk management framework.
However, Moody's expects that the capacity of Portugal's banks to generate recurrent earnings will continue to be constrained by low interest rates, a still substantial amount of non-earning assets and reduced business volumes.
Non-earning assets, which have risen fractionally from 11pc to 12pc, are those assets that by their characteristics do not generate interest income for the bank.
The still tenuous recovery across the EU means that interest rates will remain exceptionally low for some time, which combined with the still high stock of non-earning assets and declining lending volumes will limit banks' ability to generate recurring earnings.
A few months after the repeal, Chairman Matz wrote then-NAFCU President/CEO Fred Becker: "Our evidence shows that investing in higher levels of non-earning assets can materially affect a credit union's earnings ability and, therefore, its viability.