- A working business; a flourishing or profitable enterprise.
If the bank does not act swiftly to push the CDS price back down, the regulator seizes the assets, wipes out shareholders and sacks the management. The bank is recapitalised as a going concern and later sold.
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going concern — going con·cern n: a business that is in operation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. going concern … Law dictionary
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