Base yearThe year used as the basis for comparison by a price index such as the CPI. The index for any year is the average of prices for that year compared to the base year; e.g., 110 means that prices are 10% higher than in the base year. The base year is also the year whose prices are used to value something in real terms or after adjusting for inflation.
Risk based capital ratioRisk based capital ratio
Bank requirement that there be a minimum ratio of estimated total capital to estimated risk-weighted asset.
To reduce the value of. Classically, a currency is debased if its value in terms of gold or other precious metal is reduced.
Base rate tracker mortgageBase rate tracker mortgage
A mortgage in which the rate of interest paid by the borrower follows movements in the base rate.
Common base year analysisCommon base year analysis
The representing of accounting information over multiple years as percentages of amounts in an initial year.
Fee based compensationFee based compensation
Payment to a financial adviser of a set hourly rate, or an agreed-upon percentage of assets under management, for a financial plan. When the plan is implemented, the adviser may also receive commission on some or all of the investment products purchased, which would be fee-and-commission compensation.
Further SuggestionsForeign base company income
Bank based corporate governance system
Results-based trade policy
Market based forecasting
Base market value
Rules-based trade policy
Market based corporate governance system
Asset based financing