It is challenging to compare the stringency of a pre-established numerical federal standard with a hybrid one, like Florida's RBCA
. This may result in an erroneous default to the federal standard, or whichever standard appears to have the lowest numerical concentrations.
A group of leading retail bankers from 14 countries across Africa have formed the Retail Banking Councils for Africa (RBCA
), with the aim of developing retail banking's role in the continent's growing financial environment.
requirements pertain to the minimum required liquid reserves to protect the firms, their investors, customers and the economy as a whole.
To embody these three steps TC employs a TDMA scheme called RBCA
as a collision resolution process, which consists of collision announcement, contention-less reservation request, and sequential data transmission.
seems to be a suitable media for isolating vine decline organisms from soil, aerial spore traps and plant tissue.
Tier 2 - Goals are developed through the use of simple analytical models (RBCA
and SSL equations) which consider site-specific data and conditions.
1123, commonly referred to as "Global" RBCA
, which was signed into law by then-Governor Jeb Bush on June 20, 2003.
to suspend its activities for five trading days "and until such time that the company is able to comply" with a higher capitalization level as required by the regulators Risk Based Capital Adequacy (RBCA
) Rules that have been the industry standard since 2004.
In order to understand restrictive covenants in the context of environmental and land use law, it is important to know the background and history of the use of "risk-based corrective action" (RBCA
MANILA -- The tightly knit community of money brokers is in a state of confusion over one of their owns ability to skirt the Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) rules on Risk Based Capital Adequacy (RBCA
[section] 376.30701, which is the codification of the principles of risk-based corrective action (RBCA
Recently, the concept of risk-based corrective actions (RBCA
) has been introduced through the petroleum contamination cleanup program.(27) RBCA
is a decision-making process that allows a shift in the cleanup target level based on the actual site specific risk of exposure, not on the false assumption that everyone will be exposed to the contamination.(28) Using RBCA
principles, the point of compliance is moved temporarily away from the point of contamination to the property boundary or beyond in special cases (provided notice is given to the local government and adjoining property owner on to which the point of compliance is moved).