Primary Loss Absorbing Capital
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Used, especially in the UK, to refer to equity and bail-in-able long term debt of banks that can be written down in case of financial distress. It includes both equity and bail-in-able long-term debt.
The great majority of bank capital in future must be PLAC, in contrast with Secondary Loss Absorbing Capital (SLAC).
PLAC is sometimes expressed as Primary Loss Absorbing Capacity.
- Capital adequacy
- GCLAC also referred to as GLAC - gone-concern loss absorbing capital
- Loss absorbing capacity
- Principal write down
- SLAC - Secondary Loss Absorbing Capital
- Total Loss Absorbing Capacity (TLAC)