permanent capital

(1) Permanent capital The term “permanent capital” means— (A) current year retained earnings; (B) allocated and unallocated earnings (which, in the case of earnings allocated in any form by a System bank to any association or other recipient and retained by the bank, shall be considered, in whole or in part, permanent capital of the bank or of any such association or other recipient as provided under an agreement between the bank and each such association or other recipient); (C) all surplus (less allowances for losses); (D) stock issued by a System institution, except— (i) stock that may be retired by the holder of the stock on repayment of the holder’s loan, or otherwise at the option or request of the holder; or (ii) stock that is protected under section 2162 of this title or is otherwise not at risk; and (E) any other debt or equity instruments or other accounts that the Farm Credit Administration determines appropriate to be considered permanent capital.

Source

12 USC § 2154a(a)(1)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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