Read 26 times.
Liked by 1 person.


Related Finance Topics:
Corporate Finance


Equity Reserves

Back to Finance Glossary | Previous Page

Equity reserves are a type of capital that represents funds set aside for particular contingencies and uses.

Some of the contingencies that equity reserves might be used for would be losses on assets, lawsuits and other extraordinary events that might lead to losses.

Equity reserves can also be used for dividends that are expected to be paid or for a sinking fund that could be used to retire stock or debt.

Take a Quiz! Aunt Millie
Administered Interest Rates
Paying on Time
Totalling TARP
No Bailouts

More Quizzes

Latest Articles Related to Equity Reserves

Latest Quizes
Blue-question-mark Interest-rate Paid Tarp Quote-question Dollar-question-marks Sec-filings Cdo Bond Bull-bank Multiples Market-capitalization Preferred-stock Accounting-math Fdic-bank-failure Accounting

If you find this information useful, please help us by sharing it with others.


Back to Finance Glossary | Previous Page

This web site is intended only to convey information. It is not to be construed as an investment guide or as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any securities. The author has taken all usual and reasonable precautions to determine that the information contained in this website has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable.

Your Ad Here