(1) In the case of loans and other Financial Instruments to which an Authorised Firm is exposed, having either of the following qualities:
(A) Contractual payments of interest or principal are 90 days or more past the date on which they were due and payable, and the current value of any security held in respect of the loan or other financial instrument is insufficient, after making allowance for expenses of realisation, to meet the total amount of principal and accrued interest; or
(B) having an enhanced risk of default, assessed on the basis of reasonable criteria.
(2) In regard to (1)(A), if a loan or other Financial Instrument has a regular payment schedule, the loan or other instrument is 90 days past due when 90 calendar days have elapsed since the due date of a contractual payment that has not been met in full; and the total amount that is due but has not yet been paid is equivalent to at least 90 days' worth of contractual payments.

Derived from QFCRA RM01/2006 (as from 1st October 2006).