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Permanent Capital
The capital that a company has that is supposed to be an aspect of a balance sheet for over one year. The capital is to include non-current liabilities and equity.
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Permanent capital - Share capital which is never repaid by the company.
Permanent employment - Employment for an indefinite period of time.

Permanent Capital Vehicle - PCV
An investment entity for managing capital for an unlimited time horizon. A PCV is typically geared toward growing capital at the best long-term rate, and is therefore less focused on shorter-term performance.

To focus solely on the more permanent capital of the term, the debt/asset ratio can also be calculated by dividing long-term liabilities (obligations not due for one year or longer) by total assets.

The balance sheet also commonly includes stock-holders' equity accounts, which detail the permanent capital of the business.

primary capital A bank's ~.
primary dealer Primary government securities dealer.
primary government securities dealer A Treasury securities dealer with whom the New York Fed transacts in its open market activities.

BRIDGE FINANCING - temporary funding that will eventually be replaced by ~ from equity ...
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As the name implies, bridge financing is intended as temporary funding that eventually will be replaced with ~.

Capitalization A company's amount of ~. Usually measured as the sum of a company's market value of long term equity and debt.

Funds, other than paid-up capital and retained earnings, employed in a business and which will remain in a business as ~.
Residual Value
Typically estimated based on the present value of the after-tax cash flows expected to be earned after the forecast period.

There are several classifications of tier 2 capital, which is composed of supplementary capital and are called temporary capital unlike, tier 1 which is ~.

temporary capital accounts Accounts used to record information during the fiscal period that will be transferred to a ~ account at the end of the period.
term The length of time the borrower has to repay a promissory note.

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