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Adversely rated credits (also known as criticized credits) are the total of loans classified substandard, doubtful, and loss--and loans rated special mention.
Special Mention assets are not adversely classified and do not expose an institution to sufficient risk to warrant adverse classification.
T has three businesses of equal size and transfers two of them to a controlled (80% or more owned) or noncontrolled (less than 80% owned) corporation in exchange for a stock interest: If two out of three businesses can be discontinued, two out of three businesses can be transferred to a controlled or noncontrolled subsidiary without adversely affecting the "B" reorganization.
Whether we effectively anticipate technology trends and develop and market new products to respond to changing customer preferences which could adversely affect our revenue and earnings;
This sector shows signs of improvement associated with realization of merger and acquisition synergies and increased revenues, although the volume of adversely rated credits within this sector remains relatively high.
the limited availability and possible cost fluctuations of materials used in the Company's products could adversely affect the Company's gross profits;
Of this amount, $56 billion, or 8 percent, was classified adversely, up from 5.
Altoprev has experienced manufacturing issues; if the issues recur and cannot be resolved, our ability to acquire the product for sale and sampling will be adversely affected.
The Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency released data on November 10, 1999, on syndicated bank loans rated adversely by examiners.
The Company depends on reliable sources of raw materials and other supplies at a reasonable cost, but availability to such materials and supplies could be interrupted and/or the prices charged for them could escalate and adversely affect the Company's sales and profitability.
Regulatory and legislative actions and reforms, particularly those specifically focused on the mutual fund industry, are making the regulatory environment in which we operate more costly and future actions and reforms could adversely impact our assets under management, increase costs and negatively impact our profitability and future financial results.