Translation of insolvent in Spanish:

insolvent

insolvente, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɒlv(ə)nt//ɪnˈsɑlvənt/

adjective

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    insolvente
    • For much of the last fifty years the country's banks have operated as cashiers for often insolvent state enterprises, paying little attention to their ability to repay, and building up a mountain of bad debt.
    • China's banks are technically insolvent, with bad debts making up 45% of their loans, according to Standard & Poor's.
    • Many defined benefit funds are technically insolvent because Irish law lays down strict regulations on their valuation.
    • Liquidator reports on 49 insolvent technology companies were sent to the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement last year.
    • In the UK, if directors continue to trade when their company is technically insolvent, they run the risk of being personally liable.
    • Unable to pay their dollar debts, most Turkish banks were technically insolvent.
    • One provision makes it easier for the Central Bank to force insolvent institutions into bankruptcy, giving investors and creditors a legal framework for recovering assets.
    • Accordingly the company was insolvent and unable to pay its debts.
    • Cancellation of debt income is not includable in income if the taxpayer is in bankruptcy, or to the extent the taxpayer is insolvent.
    • This arrangement gives customers access to the source code if the vendor gets into trouble, usually if the vendor becomes insolvent or is unable to support the code.
    • Face up to the problems, he was told, bankrupt insolvent companies and resolve the institutional debt problem.
    • That's crucial: HITC is technically insolvent, and customers keep pulling funds.
    • This year, about 300 directors of 140 insolvent companies are facing restriction proceedings in the High Court.
    • He has so far taken significant steps against the directors of insolvent companies who fail to cancel out debts by following the appropriate liquidation route.
    • Guaranteeing the debt of insolvent institutions and covering up the loss exposures this creates for a country's taxpayers is costly in three ways.
    • If the employer is insolvent and unable to restore the funds the pension scheme will be able to claim compensation.
    • In the former, the set-off was to be executed by a third party, with whom both the creditor and the insolvent debtor maintained their accounts.
    • Should the company become insolvent, a liquidator will be appointed to realise the assets of the company, to pay and settle its debts and to distribute any surplus among the various shareholders.
    • This will increase the chances of the new combination making a successful bid for the assets of Daewoo, the remaining major Korean car builder, which is now insolvent and being sold off by its creditors.
    • If one joint or joint and several debtor is insolvent, the loss resulting from his insolvency is spread equally among the solvent debtors.