The equity at risk should be sufficient for the VIE to finance its activities without additional support.
A VIE’S PRIMARY BENEFICIARY TYPICALLY IS ABLE to make decisions about the entity and share in profits and losses.
Consolidation implies the following: i) deposits with MFIs and loans to MFIs are netted out; and ii) currency in circulation and negotiable liabilities issued by the MFI sector (debt securities, money market paper and money market fund shares and units) are netted out with the amounts of such instruments held on the assets side by MFIs.
As it is very difficult to identify the current holder of a negotiable financial instrument (to do so would imply monitoring all subsequent on-sales of the security), the amounts held outside the MFI sector can only be derived as a residual of the total issued, minus the corresponding holdings reported by MFIs as assets.
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Finally, monetary aggregates are derived by adding to the monetary liabilities recorded on the consolidated balance sheet certain short-term deposit liabilities of the central government (Post Office accounts, national savings accounts and Treasury accounts), which have similar characteristics to short-term bank deposits.
Producing consolidated reports at the company group level is very difficult.
The aggregated balance sheet thus includes assets and liabilities vis-a-vis other MFIs.
For example, it includes deposits exchanged on the interbank markets or the liquidity periodically supplied to the banking system by the Eurosystem.