tangible equity

Definition

A savings institution's core capital plus the amount of outstanding cumulative perpetual preferred stock minus all intangible assets not previously deducted that may be included in core capital.

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You should try to make sure that you have enough tangible equity to get the things that you need to own.

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Neighboring kingdoms in Europe's past were able to hold tangible equity via the insidious, yet immensely profitable New World Atlantic slave trade.

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Jake knew that the tangible equity knew that the bank's tangible equity was in excess of 20 million dollars and he felt good that this was a competitive some in the current marketplace.

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