Compliance Reporting Sample Clauses

Compliance Reporting. Within thirty (30) days following the end of each calendar quarter, Seller shall provide Buyer information pertaining to emissions, fuel types, labor information and any other information to the extent required by Buyer to comply with the disclosure requirements contained under applicable law and any other such disclosure regulations which may be imposed upon Buyer during the Term, which information requirements will be provided to Seller by Buyer at least fifteen (15) days before the beginning of the calendar quarter for which the information is required. To the extent Buyer is subject to any other certification or compliance reporting requirement with respect to the Products produced by Seller and delivered to Buyer hereunder, Seller shall provide any information in its possession (or, if not in Seller’s possession, available to it and not reasonably available to Buyer) requested by Buyer to permit Buyer to comply with any such reporting requirement.
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Compliance Reporting. If Buyer is subject to any certification or compliance reporting requirement with respect to the Products delivered to Buyer hereunder, then Seller shall provide any information in its possession (or, if not in Seller’s possession, available to it and not reasonably available to Buyer) requested by Buyer to permit Buyer to comply with any such reporting requirement.
Compliance Reporting. The Issuer Entities agree to furnish Ameriprise with such information as Ameriprise may reasonably request concerning transactions and activity in investor accounts containing Shares of the Company and will otherwise cooperate with Ameriprise connection with the transmission of such information to Ameriprise order to assist Ameriprise in its supervisory responsibilities as required by applicable laws and the rules and regulations of FINRA or other regulatory agencies.
Compliance Reporting. Provide reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Association of Securities Dealers, and the States in which the Fund is registered. Prepare and distribute appropriate Internal Revenue Service forms for corresponding Fund and shareholder income and capital gains. Issue tax withholding reports to the Internal Revenue Service.
Compliance Reporting. The State shall prepare and submit reports regarding compliance ("Compliance Reports") with each of the Substantive Provisions of this Agreement. The State shall submit its first Compliance Report within ninety (90) days after submitting the Action Plan described in Paragraph 65 of this Agreement, and then every six (6) months. The Compliance Reports shall identify the State's progress in implementing the Action Plan, any revisions to the Action Plan, and shall include a summary of steps taken to implement this Agreement, along with supporting documentation and certifications. Upon achieving substantial compliance as determined by DOJ with any substantive paragraph(s) of this Agreement for one (1) year, no further reporting shall be required on that paragraph.
Compliance Reporting. 3.1.AML Reporting. Ultimus agrees to provide anti-money laundering services to the Trust’s direct shareholders and to operate the Trust’s customer identification program for these shareholders, in each case in accordance with the written procedures developed by Ultimus and adopted or approved by the Trust’s Board of Trustees (the “Board”) and with applicable law and regulations.3.2.Regulatory Reporting. Ultimus agrees to provide reports to the federal and applicable state authorities, including the SEC, and to the Funds’ Auditors. Applicable state authorities are those governmental agencies located in states in which the Fund is registered to sell shares.3.3.IRS Reporting. Ultimus will prepare and distribute appropriate Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) forms for shareholder income and capital gains (including the calculation of qualified income), sale of fund shares, distributions from retirement accounts and education savings accounts, fair market value reporting on IRAs, contributions, rollovers and conversions to IRAs and education savings accounts and required minimum distribution notifications and issue tax withholding reports to the IRS.3.4.Market Timing Reports. Ultimus will provide quarterly market timing reports for each Fund.3.5.Pay-to-Play Reports. Ultimus will provide quarterly reporting for Fund accounts subject to pay-to-play rules.
Compliance Reporting. 64. The County shall submit quarterly compliance reports to the United States, the first of which shall be filed within 90 days of the date of this MOU. Thereafter, the quarterly reports shall be filed 15 days after the termination of each four- month period thereafter until the MOU is terminated. Each compliance report shall describe the actions the County has taken during the reporting period to implement this MOU and shall make specific reference to the MOU provisions being implemented.65. The County shall maintain sufficient records to document that the requirements of this MOU are being properly implemented and shall make such records available at all reasonable times for inspection and copying by the United States. In addition, the County shall maintain and submit upon request records or otherdocuments to verify that they have taken such actions as described in theircompliance reports (e.g., census summaries, policies, procedures, protocols, training materials, and incident reports) and will also provide all documents reasonably requested by the United States.
Compliance Reporting c) Prepare and distribute appropriate Internal Revenue Service forms for corresponding Fund and shareholder income and capital gains. (d) Issue tax withholding reports to the Internal Revenue Service
Compliance Reporting. Owner or Transferee, if applicable, shall annually submit to Ohio EPA [include, as applicable, name of local government, any “Holders” other than Owner] written documentation verifying that the activity and use limitations set forth herein remain in place and are being complied with. Documentation shall be due to Ohio EPA on July 1st of each year beginning the year after the effective date of this Environmental Covenant, unless otherwise directed by Ohio EPA.
Compliance Reporting. Supplier’s corporate compliance officer will provide information about those aspects of Supplier’s Corporate Compliance Program that relate to the ASP Services or Supplier’s obligations under this ASP Agreement as requested by the Ascension Health corporate responsibility officer and will make an annual report to the Ascension Health corporate responsibility officer on the effectiveness of the Supplier Corporate Compliance Program to be delivered within thirty (30) days after each anniversary of the ASP Effective Date or as otherwise agreed by the Parties.3.2.Ethical and Religious Directives. The parties acknowledge that the operations of the applicable Eligible Recipients, Ascension Health, and their affiliates are in accordance with the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services, as promulgated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, D.C., of the Roman Catholic Church or its successor (“Ethical and Religious Directives”) and the principles and beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church are a matter of conscience to Ascension Health, the applicable Eligible Recipients and their affiliates. The Ethical and Religious Directives are located at http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/health-care/upload/Ethical-Religious-Directives-Catholic-Health-Care-Services-fifth-edition-2009.pdf. It is the intent and agreement of the parties that neither this ASP Agreement nor any part hereof shall be construed to require the applicable Eligible Recipients, Ascension Health, or their affiliates to violate said Ethical and Religious Directives in their operation and all parts of this ASP Agreement must be interpreted in a manner that is consistent with said Ethical and Religious Directives. 3.3.Conflict of Interest – Family Members. Supplier represents and warrants that it is a publicly traded organization whose stock meets the definition of a “publicly traded security” under 42 C.F.R. §411.356(a) because it is listed for trading on the New York Stock Exchange. For purposes of this provision, the terms "physician" and "immediate family member" shall be defined pursuant to federal law and regulation at 42 U.S.C. §1395nn et seq. and 42 C.F.R. §411.350 et seq., respectively, or successor laws and regulations. In the event that Supplier employs or otherwise contracts with a physician on the medical staff of any applicable Eligible Recipient, or an immediate family member of such a physician, Supplier shall provid...