At Large


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At Large

Not limited to any place, person, or topic; for example, a representative at large is elected by the voters of the state as a whole rather than voters of a particular district. Free from control or restraint, such as a criminal at large.

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For example, interest-earning assets expanded 7 1/4 percent at large banks (those with at least $5 billion in assets) whose ratios of equity capital to assets were in the highest quartile, but such assets declined at a similar pace at large banks in the lowest quartile.
Diane previously served as Member at Large for the LMA's National Board.
This process was most evident at large regional banks, where--owing in part to charge-offs--loans to foreign governments fell nearly one-third and C&I loans to foreign addressees decline 6-1/2 percent.