RWAS

AcronymDefinition
RWASRoyal Welsh Agricultural Society (UK)
RWASRobust Wake-Up Active Squelch
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Chief Minister Kejriwal said the government will bring all government schools and RWAs on board and ask them to contribute in the campaign.
Writing on their Facebook page, RWAS said: "The RWAS continue to support the police in their investigation into the allegation of assault on a 76-year-old male.
Having decided to step down from the RWAS board, Allan went out on a high at this week's 100th show.
Banking fees increased 4%, but corporate lending and transaction banking declined, impacted by the group's strategy to re-deploy RWAs away from lending and to higher returning sales and trading businesses, and by losses on corporate hedges.
RWAs are an estimate of risk that determines the minimum level of regulatory capital a bank must maintain to deal with unexpected losses.
The bank has been able to cut the risk-weighted assets (RWA) of its strategic resolution unit (SRU) by almost a third in the first quarter.
The RWAs are disappointed that the state government has taken no steps to empower them in the form of RWA Act as promised ahead of the assembly elections.
The authors of the study attribute a large part of the higher operating costs to RWAs ratio to staff expenses, which have not fallen in relation to the reduction in assets.
The Moody's report also said that the growth of RWAs will put pressure on capitalisation, such that the lira equivalent risk weight of foreign-currency loans will increase relative to Core Tier 1 capital that is mostly held in lira, so the depreciation could pressure Core Tier 1 levels.
The move is part of the banka[euro](tm)s plans to offload more than EUR100bn of RWAs by the end of the first quarter in a move to bolster its capital ratio to 8.5% from 8%.
Dylan Williams The forum is a new initiative for past RWAS award-winners and scholars aged 18-35 to promote the society.