Investment Account Sample Clauses

Investment Account. The Manager shall maintain an investment account or accounts in the Manager’s name (the “Account”) on behalf of the Principal, any other participating insurer affiliated with the Principal and/or the Ultimate Parent Company, an insurance subsidiary or affiliate of the Principal and/or the Ultimate Parent Company or a pension plan or profit-sharing plan of the Principal, its insurance subsidiaries or affiliates, (collectively, the “Participants”), and shall hold therein all debt obligations, accounts or deposits permitted by the New Hampshire Insurance Code as more fully described on Exhibit A, as may be amended from time to time, and attached hereto and incorporated herein (collectively, “Investments”), deposited in or purchased or otherwise acquired for and on behalf of the Principal and the Participants from time to time pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. All Investments in the Account shall be Short-Term Obligations.
Investment Account. The Guaranteed Interest Fund and Separate Account Divisions available for allocation of Net Purchase Payments and contract values. The available Investment Accounts are listed on page 3. ISSUE DATE. The date this contract is issued and becomes effective. MATURITY DATE. The date upon which contract benefits will become payable. If the contract is continued in force under the Optional Maturity Date provision, the Optional Maturity Date will become the Maturity Date. NET PURCHASE PAYMENT. A Purchase Payment less all applicable deductions. Deductions may include a Premium Tax. OPTIONAL MATURITY DATE. The contract anniversary nearest the Annuitant's 90th birthday. Upon reaching the Maturity Date shown on page 3, the Owner may elect to continue the contract in force until this Optional Maturity Date.
Investment Account. The Client's investments will be held in this account. Subject to paragraphs 5 and 6, JOHP shall not lend the Client's investments to any third party and shall not borrow money on the Client's behalf against the security of the Client's investments.
Investment Account. The Investment Account is only available online through the Application. Accordingly, all investment transactions in the Investment Account must be initiated and conducted through the Application. Your investment in the HSA investment options may constitute the purchase of securities. As a holder of securities, you may be entitled to receive certain documents, including but not limited to prospectuses and proxies. Any securities-related documents required to be transmitted to you as a result of your investment in the HSA investment options will be transmitted to you electronically through the Application. As a condition to opening an Investment Account, you will be required to consent to the electronic delivery of all documents of any issuer whose securities are made available to your HSA, including issuers and securities made available after the date your account is opened. If you become unable to access the Application, or if you revoke your consent to electronic disclosure of investment information, you must contact your TPA immediately. At that time you will be given the option to terminate your account (and, if you choose, roll it over to another provider), or to liquidate your investment in the investment options and hold your HSA entirely in the Cash Account.
Investment Account. The Investment Account is the portion of the Contract Fund Value in the Divisions.
Investment Account. The Investment Account shall consist of cash and the securities of the Client.
Investment Account. The account through which the unit trust(s) you choose is administered. Portfolio of a Collective Investment Scheme This is an arrangement that enables investors to pool their money and have it professionally managed and invested in a range of underlying assets. The underlying assets of a Portfolio vary depending on the Portfolio’s investment objective. Portfolio’s are commonly referred to as ‘unit trust(s)‘ or ‘fund(s)‘. In this document the term ‘unit trust‘ is used. Participatory interest in a Portfolio of a Collective Investment Scheme A Portfolio of a Collective Investment Scheme is divided into equal parts, also referred to as ‘units’. Each unit represents a direct proportionate interest in every underlying asset of the Portfolio. The number of units in your Investment Account depends on how much money you contribute and what the unit price is when the units are bought. Business Day A business day is any day other than a Saturday, Sunday or South African public holiday. In this document day and business day have the same meaning. WHICH LEGAL ENTITIES ARE PARTY TO THIS AGREEMENT? There are two legal entities that are party to this agreement. These are: ƒ You ƒ Xxxxx Xxxx WHICH DOCUMENTS FORM PART OF THE AGREEMENT? The terms of your unit trust investment with Xxxxx Xxxx is based on the application form, supporting documentation that you provide and this document. All other instructions which you provide and which Xxxxx Xxxx accepts will also form part of the agreement. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES? All instructions need to be in the prescribed format and accepted by Xxxxx Xxxx. All instructions are subject to: ƒ the requirements of Xxxxx Xxxx and applicable legislation at the time of the transaction, ƒ the availability of the selected unit trusts, ƒ the processing requirements of Xxxxx Xxxx (this includes cut-off times and time periods for processing), ƒ terms and conditions of Xxxxx Xxxx, and ƒ minimum amounts specified by Xxxxx Xxxx, applicable at the time of the transaction. Xxxxx Xxxx may suspend, delay or withdraw your instruction due to any of the above. Provide accurate information You must ensure that all information in instructions and supporting documentation that Xxxxx Xxxx receives from you is true and accurate. Make informed financial decisions If you require financial advice it is your responsibility to appoint a financial adviser. Xxxxx Xxxx does not provide financial advice. It is also your responsibility to negotiate the f...
Investment Account. The commingled account (which shall be commingled only with investment accounts related to series of pass-through certificates with a class of certificates which has a rating equal to the highest of the Ratings of the Certificates) maintained by the Master Servicer in the trust department of the Investment Depository pursuant to Section 3.03 and which bears a designation acceptable to the Rating Agencies. Investment Depository: JPMorgan Chase Bank, or another bank or trust company designated from time to time by the Master Servicer. The Investment Depository shall at all times be an Eligible Institution. Junior Subordinate Certificates: The Class B-4, Class B-5 and Class B-6 Certificates. Last Scheduled Distribution Date: With respect to any Class of Certificates, the Final Maturity Date for such Class. Lender: An institution from which the Company purchased any Mortgage Loans pursuant to a Selling and Servicing Contract.
Investment Account. The Agent shall maintain in an investment account (the “Account”) for and on behalf of the Principal all money, securities, evidences of indebtedness, certificates of deposit and other property (collectively “Investments”) deposited in or purchased or otherwise acquired for and on behalf of the Principal from time to time pursuant to the terms and upon the conditions of this Agreement.