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Explanation: As said in other answers, I see two possibilities.
1. Soliditet used as a single line in a table presenting key data (key performance measures)in conjunction with income statement and balance sheet.
In this case, what you should use is "Equity / Asset ratio" - Shareholders' equity as a percentage of total assets (Eget kapital i procent av balans räkningen)
The other two mentioned above (and by FAR) are normally presented as other key measures:
Debt/Equity ratio = skuldsättningsgrad
Equity ratio = andel riskbärande kapital (ej identiska)
Both of these are key indicators and contributes to the overall picture of the company's financial status.
2. The word "soliditet" is used somewhere in the annual report to describe in general terms the situation of the company. If that's the case, then I agree with Billy's answer; (long term) financial strenght, or solvency are both good options.
Tack, alla svar innehöll ju i stort sett samma termer, men utan din förklaring hade jag inte kunnat välja vilken jag skulle använda. Det som syftades på här var ditt första alternativ, "equity/assets ratio" Tack för att du tog dig tid att bena ut begreppet.
"It is increasingly important for companies to evaluate the financial solidity of
their MHSPs and if necessary take proactive steps to avoid service degradation ... " www.genuity-europe.com/sitemod/design/ layouts/default/index.asp?pid=1510