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pledge

(plej) a solemn statement of intention.
Nightingale pledge  a statement of principles for the nursing profession, formulated by a committee in 1893 and subscribed to by student nurses at the time of the capping ceremonies.
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Meantime, conditions imposed on pledged assets do have impact on the adoption of the Islamic pawnshop.
The Task Force proposal would assign a capital charge of a tiered percentage for insurers depending on the companies' percentage of restricted or pledged assets.
The distinction reflects the lack of a pledged asset, RTD's limited pledge of only its sales and use tax revenues to support its obligation to DUSPA, and Fitch's view that the debt service reserve fund (DSRF) does not provide any credit support.
The policy initiative has set minimum portfolio targets for banks; introduced risk coverage and refinancing schemes for SMEs; established g a registry to allow SME borrowers to obtain credit using pledged assets as collateral; and prudential incentives such as a relaxation of general provisioning and capital requirements.
Secured Debt, Encumbered Assets Rise: Anton's secured debt and pledged assets rose substantially over 2016.
The book balance of the principal is RMB 72,370,000, the interest is RMB 138,037,700, and the total credit balance including principal and interest is RMB 210,407,700, and there is no effective guarantee or pledged assets to secure this debt.
The pledged assets remain with the insurer and are potentially available in the event of an insolvency.
Financial flexibility has also been improved by the release of all previously pledged assets.
For further details of the pledged assets included in the pools, please access the virtual data rooms.
We further call on the Secretary-General to ensure that the UN, in particular the Departments of Management, Field Support and Peacekeeping Operations, has the systems in place to deploy, absorb and sustain these newly pledged assets rapidly and in accordance with the specific needs of individual missions, including in such areas as airlift, rapid engineering support, force headquarters and police and civilian recruitment -- "We encourage the Secretary-General to continue to take steps to strengthen the accountability of senior leaders for mainstreaming gender and improving gender balance in their respective missions and departments and welcome the introduction of gender targets as performance indicators in all compacts with senior managers at United Nations headquarters and in the field.