Notes to the consolidated balance sheet: assets
The cash on bank accounts can be freely disposed of.
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Notes to the consolidated balance sheet: liabilities
Short-term credits reflect the cash collateral received for derivative contracts we held with positive value. Refer also to the section 'Counterparty credit risk' in the Risk Management chapter.
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Notes to the consolidated profit and loss account
Included in the interest income on loans is €25,694k (2019: €20,685k) related to Stage 3 loans (adjusted on basis of net carrying amount).
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Off-balance sheet information
To meet the financial needs of borrowers, FMO enters into various irrevocable commitments (loan commitments, equity commitments and guarantee commitments) and contingent liabilities.
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Related party information
FMO defines the Dutch Government, FMO's subsidiaries, associates, the Management Board (MB) and Supervisory Board (SB) as related parties.
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There has been no significant subsequent event between the balance sheet date and the date of approval of these accounts which should be reported by FMO.
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Notes to the consolidated statement of comprehensive income
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Notes to the consolidated statement of cash flows
The consolidated cash flow statement shows the sources of liquidity that became available during the year and the application of this liquidity. The liquidity is measured by the balance sheet accounts ‘banks’ and ‘short-term deposits’.
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