Various financial activities conducted by a bank, including deposits, withdrawals, transfers, and payments.
The earnings of a financial institution derived from conducting foreign exchange transactions and currency conversion services.
A rate utilized by a bank as a benchmark for currency exchange, serving as a reference point for customer transactions.
Strategies used by multinational corporations to reduce tax liability by shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions.
A comparison of a company's transfer prices to those of independent, comparable companies to ensure compliance.
The gap between the highest price (bid) that a buyer is willing to pay and the lowest price (ask) at which a seller is willing to sell a financial instrument, including currencies in the foreign exchange market.
The rate used by financial intermediaries for currency trades, playing a vital role in facilitating currency exchange in financial markets.
Carrying forward an account balance from one accounting period to the next.
A statement (financial) showcasing a corporation's assets, liabilities, equity, and more at a specific time.
The methodology of comparing a company's bank statement with its own accounting records to ensure they match.
A military allowance to cover the cost of food for service members.
The specific method and time frame used to record financial transactions.
The target ratio used in hedging strategies to manage risk.
An accounting entry made without detailed information, often used temporarily until more data is available.
The value of an asset as recorded on a company's balance sheet, calculated as cost minus accumulated depreciation.
The process of recording and systematically organizing financial transactions.
The recurring steps in the bookkeeping process including recording, classifying, and summarizing financial transactions.
A calculation that determines when total revenue equals total expenses, resulting in neither profit nor loss.
The rate at which an enterprise is spending its cash reserves.
A type of insurance policy that combines multiple coverages for small businesses.
Profits from selling assets like stocks or real estate, subject to capital gains tax.