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Unformatted text preview: i) Count r party ri The ris that the counter-party de aults during the term o a transaction (Murabaha, Ijarah etc.). i) S tl m nt ri The ris that the counter-party does not met its comitments at the maturity o the transaction a ter the Ban has already met its comitments. iv) Country ri The ris that a country in its unction as contracting partner de aults during the term o a transaction and / or the ris that the cros-border trans er o unds could be restricted or completely bloc ed, i.e. that a country isues legislation to prohibit re trans er rights o unds including oreign exchange restrictions and / or the ris that country's speci ic economic and political actors precipitate the de ault o private sector counterparties (social unrest, civil war etc.) The Ban places a strong emphasis on long-term stability be ore high returns. It is the Ban 's strategy to ep ris s to a minimum through broad diversi ication in terms o geography and product mix and to spread the Ban 's credit and trade inancing activities over a wide range o customers. Financing should as a rule be secured and sel liquidating. 42.1.1 S gm ntal information Segmental In ormation is presented in respect o the clas o busines and geographical distribution o inancings, deposits, contingencies and comitments. 55 42.1.1.1 S gm nt by cla of bu in Financing (Gro ) Rup in '000 P rc nt D po it Rup in '000 P rc nt Conting nci and Comitm nt Rup in '000 P rc nt D c mb r 31, 2006 Textile 16,733 1.74% 32, 18 1.8 % 43,596 6.77% Chemical and Pharmaceuticals 1 , 95 1. 5%- - - - Cement 116,656 12.16% 1,339 . 8% 28 . 4% Sugar 19,976 2. 8%- - - Fotwear and Leather garments 1 5,2 4 1 .96%- - 12,783 1.98% Automobile and transportation equipment 79,9 6 8.32% 25,989 1.46% 173,817 26.98% Electronics and electrical apliances- - 119,196 6.7 %- Construction- - - - 8 ,637 Power (electricity), Gas, Water, Sanitary 3 ,537 3.18% 79,798 4.49% 26,968 4.19% Wholesale and Retail Trade- - - - - Exports / Imports 2,897 .3 %- - 46,215 7.17% Transport, Storage and Comunication- - - - 16,398 Financial 2 , 96 2. 9% 347,68 19.55% 14,4 2.24% Services 282,515 29.42%- - 127, 65 19.72% Individuals 227,69 23.71% 687,487 38.67%- - Others 47,829 4.99% 484,5 1 27.25% 1 2,1 1 15.84% 960,134 100% 1,778,008 100% 644,260 100% 42.1.1.2 S gm nt by ctor Financing Rup in '000 P rc nt D po it Rup in '000 P rc nt Conting nci and Comitm nt Rup in '000 P rc nt D c mb r 31, 2006 Public / Government- - - Private 96 ,134 1 % 1,778, 8 1 % 644,26 1 % 960,134 100% 1,778,008 100% 644,260 100% 56 42.1.1.3 There were no non-per orming inancings and speci ic provisions by clas o busines segment. 42.1.1.4 G ographical gm nt analy i Pa istan (34,399) 4, 24,674 2, 2,887 644,26 ecembe 31, 2006 P ofit / (los) befo e taxation Total asets employed Net asets employed Contingencies and comitments-------- R pes in 000 -------- 42.2 Mar t Ri Mar et ris encompases the ris o loses due to adverse movements in mar ets or instruments carying a ixed rate, oreign exchange rates, securities, precious metals...
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