anything that is owed to someone else
An amount of money in a company that is owed to someone and has to be paid in the future, such as tax, debt, interest, and mortgage payments.
Plural form of liability.
The numerical value of liabilities in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of liabilities in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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They have long-term liabilities, so they are the natural players in the asset class.
You need to have a long-term investment horizon of 20 years for hydro. That is why (the fund) is truly targeted to pension funds, insurance companies and other investors that need to cover their liabilities.
In Hungary they introduced a scheme to convert household liabilities and banks presumedly hedged their positions at the end of last year, while on the case of Poland we do not know of any such intervention to reduce the imbalance.
A lot of companies under stress are now starting to consider if retaining some or all of the decommissioning liability might be an option for selling, our conversations with a number of North Sea operators suggest that others are now considering selling assets while retaining decommissioning liabilities.
Going forward, rapid growth rates are behind us. Second, interest rates are generally low which has huge meaning for institutional investors such as pension funds, for pension funds, everything is about yield. If you don't get yield you are doomed and that's making some pension funds activists. Their liabilities are huge but yields are low and one way to bridge the gap is to push companies to pay more dividends.
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