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This type of agreement is used most frequently by correspondent banks that borrow overnight fed funds from a respondent bank.
During 2009, many banks in the United States have purchased mortgage-backed securities issued and guaranteed by the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae / GNMA), which are also backed by the FHA, in order to improve the bank's balance sheet as they are seen as high quality compared to other securities (due to the federal government guarantee) and also because they receive a zero risk weighting under regulatory guidelines and improve the bank's capital ratios.
We currently manage three fully discretionary closed-end funds — Rubenstein Properties Fund I, a 5 million private equity fund closed in 2006, and Rubenstein Properties Fund II, a 5 million private equity fund that is in its investment period, and Fund III an additional fund in its investment period — as well as some legacy assets related to the firm’s predecessor company.
Rubenstein Partners was founded in 2005 after the predecessor company was disposed of in 2004.
Corporate tax is imposed in the United States at the federal, most state, and some local levels on the income of entities treated for tax purposes as corporations.
Federal tax rates on corporate taxable income vary from 15% to 35%.
Shareholders of most corporations are not taxed directly on corporate income, but must pay tax on dividends paid by the corporation.
Corporations may be subject to foreign income taxes, and may be granted a foreign tax credit for such taxes.
The uniform net capital rule is a rule created by the U. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") in 1975 to regulate directly the ability of broker-dealers to meet their financial obligations to customers and other creditors.
The haircut values of securities are used to compute the liquidation value of a broker-dealer's assets to determine whether the broker-dealer holds enough liquid assets to pay all its non-subordinated liabilities and to still retain a "cushion" of required liquid assets (i.e., the "net capital" requirement) to ensure payment of all obligations owed to customers if there is a delay in liquidating the assets.
Financial reports filed by those companies show an increase in their leverage ratios from 2004 through 2007 (and into 2008), but financial reports filed by the same companies before 2004 show higher reported leverage ratios for four of the five firms in years before 2004. The companies that received SEC approval to use its haircut computation method continue to use that method, subject to modifications that became effective January 1, 2010.
Beginning in 2008, many observers remarked that the 2004 change to the SEC's net capital rule permitted investment banks to increase their leverage and this played a central role in the financial crisis of 2007-2009.