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Core Capital

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Core capital refers to the permanent capital of a bank.

Core capital consists mainly of common stock, surplus, retained earnings and equity reserves.

It is also referred to as Tier 1 capital and is the central measure of a bank's financial strength from a regulatory perspective.

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