The essence of Basel II is that it is designed to link the capital requirement
to the risk resulting from the exposures at each individual bank.
PATA members have endeavored to develop a set of principles and document guidelines pursuant to which multinational taxpayers may create and maintain a single package of transfer-pricing records and documentation (hereinafter the "PATA documentation package") in order to satisfy the transfer-pricing documentation requirements
of all PATA members.
For the ice cleat, its field application and technical, engineering and test requirements
These steps to streamline and eliminate unnecessary administrative requirements
and to speed up access to services will save states both monetary and personnel resources that can be better used to support direct services to individuals with disabilities.
Finally, owners and operators of USTs must maintain records demonstrating compliance with the closure requirements
for at least three years following the closure or change-in-service.
In each, black employees alleged that the requirement
had a disparate impact because of pseudofolliculitis barbae, a bacterial disorder that causes men's faces to become infected if they shave and that disproportionately afflicts black men.
Meanwhile, a fundamental risk within the acquisition community is requirements
Establishing clearly defined business requirements
and expectations is vital to the success of any IT infrastructure and management initiative.
However, such contracts will not fail to qualify, if such contingent consideration consists solely of acquirer stock and the COI requirement
would be met if none of the contingent consideration were paid to the target shareholders.
The UAA, in section 3, defines substantial equivalency as a determination by a board of accountancy or its designee "that the education, examination and experience requirements
contained in the statutes and administrative rules of another jurisdiction are comparable to or exceed the education, examination and experience requirements
contained in the Uniform Accountancy Act or that an individual CPA's education, examination and experience qualifications are comparable to or exceed the education, examination and experience requirements
contained in the Uniform Accountancy Act.
It requires reinsurers to be authorized by the member state in which the reinsurer has its head office and imposes certain capital requirements
to ensure that assets are prudently invested, properly diversified and sufficiently liquid, having due regard to the amount and duration of the expected claims payments.
However, were these concerns that led to a proposal for such stringent requirements