U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Mar 27, 2023
(a) Significance of Capital Impairment condition. If you have a condition of Capital Impairment, you are not in compliance with the terms of your Leverage. As a result, the Agency has the right to impose the applicable remedies for noncompliance in § 4290.1810(g).
(b) Definition of Capital Impairment condition. You have a condition of Capital Impairment if your Capital Impairment Percentage, as computed pursuant to the procedures set forth in § 4290.1840, exceeds 70 percent.
(c) Quarterly computation requirement and procedure. You must determine whether you have a condition of Capital Impairment as of the end of each fiscal quarter. You must notify the Agency promptly if you are Capitally Impaired.
(d) The Agency's right to determine RBIC's Capital Impairment condition. The Agency may make its own determination of your Capital Impairment condition at any time.