Agreement to Provide Information Sample Clauses

Agreement to Provide Information. Intermediary agrees to provide the Fund, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”), or other government-issued identifier (“GII”), if known, of any or all Shareholder(s) of the account and the amount, date, name or other identifier of any investment professional(s) associated with the Shareholder(s) or account (if known), and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares held through each account maintained by the Intermediary during the period covered by the request.
Agreement to Provide Information. Company agrees to provide the Fund or its designee, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”), or other government-issued identifier (“GII”) and the Contract owner number or participant account number associated with the Shareholder, if known, of any or all Shareholder(s) of the account, and the amount, date and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares held through an account maintained by the Company during the period covered by the request. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the Fund, the Company shall only be required to provide information relating to Shareholder-Initiated Transfer Purchases or Shareholder-Initiated Transfer Redemptions.
Agreement to Provide Information. Intermediary agrees to provide the Fund Agent, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number ("TIN"), or an equivalent identifying number such as a contract or policy identification number, of any or all Shareholder(s) of the Funds, and the amount, date and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares held through an Account maintained by the Intermediary during the period covered by the request. Intermediary shall only be required to provide the information in regard to transactions that are initiated or directed by the Shareholder, and shall not be required to provide information in regard to transactions that are executed automatically by the Intermediary, such transactions resulting from dollar cost averaging programs, automatic rebalancing programs, periodic deduction of fees, and redemptions pursuant to a systematic withdrawal plan. Shareholder Information requests must be directed to the Intermediary's representatives as identified in Appendix A to this Agreement. Fund Agent shall initiate any request for information as described above in writing, and shall state why Intermediary's anti-market timing policies and procedures are inadequate to address the purpose of the information request. In this regard, Intermediary's anti-market timing policies and procedures and Fund Agent's policies established for the purpose of eliminating or reducing any dilution of the value of the outstanding shares of the Funds, are attached to and made a part of this Agreement. Written information requests must be received via overnight mail, and any timing requirements will start from the date of Intermediary's receipt of the request.
Agreement to Provide Information. The Company agrees to provide the Fund or its designee, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”)*, or other government-issued identifier (“GII”) and the Contract Owner number or participant account number associated with the Contract Owner, if known, of any or all Contract Owner(s) of the account, and the amount, date and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares held through an account maintained by the Company during the period covered by the request. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the Fund or its designee, the Company shall only be required to provide information relating to Contract Owner-Initiated Transfer Purchases or Contract Owner-Initiated Transfer Redemptions. Upon further request by the Fund, the Company agrees to determine promptly whether any investment professionals are associated with any Contract Owner account which has been identified by the Fund as having violated policies established by the Fund. The Company agrees to notify Underwriter if any investment professional associated with the account was associated with other accounts that have been identified by the Fund as having violated policies established by the Fund for the purpose of eliminating or reducing any dilution of the value of the outstanding Shares issued by the Fund. * According to the IRS’ website, the ITIN refers to the Individual Taxpayer Identification number, which is a nine-digit number that always begins with the number 9 and has a 7 or 8 in the fourth digit, example 9XX-7X-XXXX. The IRS issues ITINs to individuals who are required to have a U.S. taxpayer identification number but who do not have, and are not eligible to obtain a Social Security Number (SSN) from the Social Security Administration (SSA). SEC Rule 22c-2 inadvertently refers to the ITIN as the International Taxpayer Identification Number.
Agreement to Provide Information. Service Provider agrees to provide the Fund promptly upon written request, but not later than 10 business days from the written request, a unique identifying number (which shall be the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), if known), of any or all Participants who have purchased, redeemed, transferred or exchanged Shares held through an Account with Service Provider and the amount, date, name or other identifier of any investment professional(s) associated with Participants or the Account (if known), and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer or exchange of Shares. To the extent practicable, the format for any transaction information provided to the Fund should be consistent with the NSCC Standardized Data Reporting Format.
Agreement to Provide Information. The Insurance Company agrees to provide the Trust or its designee, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”)*, or other government-issued identifier (“GII”) and the Contract owner number or participant account number associated with the Shareholder, if known, of any or all Shareholder(s) of the account, and the amount, date and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares held through an account maintained by the Intermediary during the period covered by the request. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the Trust, the Insurance Company shall only be required to provide information relating to Shareholder-Initiated Transfer Purchases or Shareholder-Initiated Transfer Redemptions. Such requested information shall be provided by the Insurance Company to the Trust or its Designee at the following e-mail address, which can be changed from time to time by notice from the Fund or its designee: Kevin Cloonan – kcloonan@BostonFinancial.com Scott Kenney – ScKenney@BostonFinancial.com Adam Yong – AYONG@BostonFinancial.com Susan E. Murphy – SEMurphy@BostonFinancial.com Marina Meehan – MMEEHAN@BostonFinancial.com Karen M. McDonough – kmmcdonough@BostonFinancial.com Daniel Monahan – Dmonahan@BostonFinancial.com Omnibus_Transparency@BostonFinancial.com
Agreement to Provide Information. We agree to provide the Fund, upon written request (which may include electronic writings and facsimile transmissions, a “Request”), the taxpayer identification number (the “TIN”), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”) or other government-issued identifier (“GII”), if known, of any or all Clients who have purchased, redeemed, transferred or exchanged Shares held through an Account with us during the period covered by the Request and the amount, date, name or other identifier of any investment professionals associated with the Clients or Accounts (if known), and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Shares.
Agreement to Provide Information. Intermediary agrees to provide the Fund or its designee, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number ("TIN"), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number ("ITIN")*, or other government-issued identifier ("GII") and the Contract owner number associated with the Variable Insurance Product owner, if known, of any or all Variable Insurance Product owner (s) of the account, and the amount, date and transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange of Fund shares held through an account maintained by the Intermediary during the period covered by the request. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the Fund, the Intermediary shall only be required to provide information relating to Variable Insurance Product owner-Initiated Transfer Purchases or Variable Insurance Product owner-Initiated Transfer Redemptions.
Agreement to Provide Information. The Intermediary agrees to provide the Fund, or Fund’s designee, upon written request, the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), the Individual/International Taxpayer Identification Number (“ITIN”), or other government-issued identifier (“GII”) if known, of any or all Shareholder(s) and the amount and date of any purchase or redemption transaction under a Variable Contract during the period covered by the request. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the Fund, Intermediary shall not be required to provide information relating to transactions resulting from a(n): (i) automatic contractual or systematic program or enrollment, such as transfer of assets within a Variable Contract to a Fund as a result ofdollar cost averagingprograms, insurance company approved asset allocation programs, or automatic rebalancing programs; (ii) Variable Contract death benefit; (iii) step-up in Variable Contract value pursuant to a Variable Contract death benefit; (iv) allocation of assets to a Fund through a Variable Contract as a result of payments such as loan repayments, scheduled contributions, retirement plan salary or employer matching contributions or planned premium payments to the Variable Contract; (v) pre-arranged transfers at the conclusion of a required free-look period; (vi) automatic contractual or systematic program or enrollment, such as transfer of assets within a Variable Contract out of a Fund as a result of annuity payouts, systematic withdrawal programs, insurance company approved asset allocation programs and automatic rebalancing programs; (vii) any deduction of charges or fees under a Variable Contract; (viii) within a Variable Contract out of a Fund as a result of scheduled withdrawals or surrenders from a Variable Contract; or (ix) as a result of loans. Nothing herein, nor any action by the Intermediary, shall be construed as, or infer that the Intermediary has, undertaken any duty or obligation, whether express or implied, at law or in equity, to detect trading activities inconsistent with or in violation of the Fund’s policies and/or procedures on limiting the dilution of the value of the outstanding securities issued by the Fund.
Agreement to Provide Information. Intermediary agrees to cooperate with the Fund’s and NBBD’s efforts to identify Shareholder transaction activity that may violate the Trading Policies. To that end, Intermediary agrees to respond promptly to NBBD’s requests regarding Shareholder transaction activity in an account held by or through the Intermediary. In response to such requests, Intermediary shall provide the taxpayer identification number (“TIN”), if known, of any or all Shareholder(s) of the account and the amount, date, name or other identifier of any investment professional(s) associated with the Shareholder(s) or account (if known), and the transaction type (purchase, redemption, transfer, or exchange) of every purchase, redemption, transfer or exchange of Fund shares held through an account maintained by the Intermediary during the period covered by the request.