RWCR

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RWCRRisk-Weighted Capital Ratio
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RWCRRisk Weighted Capital-adequacy Ratio
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Thus, risk-weighted capital ratios should have declined markedly.
(2000) confirm that the risk-weighted capital ratio is a good measure of the probability of failure, but it does not significantly outperform other simpler ratios, for example, the leverage and the gross revenue ratio.
Finally, Table 5 shows the distribution of bank failures for the tier 1 risk-weighted capital ratio. In general, the distribution of failures against tier 1 risk-weighted capital ratios is comparable to that for the other capital ratios.
As at end-February 2012, both the core capital ratio (CCR) and risk-weighted capital ratio (RWCR) increased to 98.3 per cent (FY2011: 84.2 per cent) and 98.9 per cent (FY2011: 84 per cent) respectively, which were well above the Malaysian investment banking industry average of 31.9 per cent and 32.5 per cent respectively as at end-February 2012.
The Tier 1 risk-weighted capital ratio was 14.5% as of 30 June, up from 11.8% last year, while the total risk-weighted capital ratio was 15.8%, versus 13.1% in 2011.
As at end-February 2012, both the core capital ratio (CCR) and risk-weighted capital ratio (RWCR) increased to 98.3 per cent (FY2011: 84.2 per cent) and 98.9 per cent (FY2011: 84.0 per cent) respectively, which were well above the Malaysian investment banking industry average of 31.9 per cent and 32.5 per cent respectively as at end-February 2012.
The Tier 1 capital ratio at the group was 10.5% at the end of June, while the risk-weighted capital ratio stood at 13.9% as of 30 June 2012.
As at end-March 2012, HLIB's risk-weighted capital ratio (RWCR) had declined to 19.4 per cent from 36.1 per cent as at end-June 2011 due to a sharp increase in risk-weighted credit exposures over the nine month period.
The Tier 1 capital ratio was 8.53% at the end of June, while the total risk-weighted capital ratio stood at 13.14%, well above the regulatory requirements for "well-capitalises" banks.
The Islamic bank's risk-weighted capital ratio was 13.7 per cent and core capital ratio was 9.9 per cent, taking into account quarterly net profits.
The company's Tier 1 risk-weighed capital ratio was 10.15% at the end of the period, up from 10.06% as of 30 June 2011, while the total risk-weighted capital ratio stood at 11.44%, against 11.36% last year.
The Tier 1 risk-weighted capital ratio was 12.0% at end-April, compared with 12.7% a year earlier, well above the 7% requirement under Basel III on a fully phased-in basis.