Related provisions for IPRU-INV 9.5.4
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Perpetual long-term subordinated loans and perpetual cumulative preference share capital may not be included in the calculation of own funds unless they meet the following requirements: (1) it may not be reimbursed on the holder's initiative or without the prior agreement of the FCA; (2) the instrument must provide for the firm to have the option of deferring the dividend payment on the share capital; (3) the shareholder's
A long-term subordinated loan may not be included in the calculation of own funds unless it meets the following requirements: (1) it must be fully paid-up; (2) it has an original maturity of at least five years; (3) the extent to which it may be used in the calculation of own funds shall be amortised on a straight line basis during at least the five years before repayment; and (4) it must not become repayable before the agreed repayment date other than in the
2The conditions referred to in IPRU-INV 13.1A.19R are:(1) the subordinated loan must be fully paid up; (2) the subordinated loan must have an original maturity of at least five years or, where there is no fixed term, the subordinated loan must be subject to not less than five years' notice of repayment3;(3) the agreement governing the subordinated loan must only permit repayment3, prepayment or termination on:(a) maturity, or on expiration of the period of notice, if a firm has at
1 Deductions and Ratios (Items 10, 11 and 15)(a)Notwithstanding IPRU-INV 5.8.1R and 5.8.2R for an exempt CAD firm, in calculating own funds, all of Item 8 must be deducted after the total of Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital and the following restrictions apply:(i)the total of fixed term cumulative preference shares (item 10) and long-term qualifying subordinated loans (item 11) that may be included in Tier 2 capital is limited to 50 per cent of Tier 1 capital;(ii)Tier 2 capital must