TIER 1 CAPITAL RATIO
Ratio comparing a banking company’s core equity capital and total risk-weighted assets. The core equity capital is called Tier 1 capital, a gauge of a bank’s financial strength based on the sum of its equity capital, common stock, and disclosed reserves. The risk-weighted assets include all the firm’s assets systematically weighed for credit risk. Normally, central banks develop the weighing scale for various asset classes.
Coefficient of Determination
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