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1. Financial record keeping.

Carried Forward.

Referring to the closing balance in an account for a period, carried forward to become the opening balance for the next period.

Sometimes written C/f.

Also sometimes known as "carried down", particularly in bookkeeping.

2. Cash management and cash forecasting.

Cash Flow.

3. Time value of money analysis.

Compounding Factor.

4. Bank supervision - capital adequacy - off balance sheet risk.

Conversion Factor, abbreviation for Credit Conversion Factor (CCF).

See also