ON A PERIODIC BASIS Sample Clauses

ON A PERIODIC BASIS. 1. Provide information prepared by IFTC during the performance of its duties hereunder for Fund's semiannual reports within 15 calendar days after March 31st and September 30th or the end of the reporting period of the Fund, as applicable.
ON A PERIODIC BASIS. If the financial statements are made publicly available on a voluntary basis (regardless of who makes them publicly avail- able), the entity would not meet all of the previous require- ments. Entities should refer to section 7100.07 and consider the discussion of the terms prepare, publicly available, finan- cial statements, and periodic basis in their evaluation of cri- terion (e). As a reminder, it is inappropriate to combine theability to request financial statements under statutes such as the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) with other require- ments to prepare financial statements because FOIA does not qualify as a requirement (by law, contract, or regulation) to prepare and make financial statements publicly available on a periodic basis as FOIA does not include a requirement to prepare financial statements. This would also be applicable to state statute or regulation.Separate accounts registered under the 1940 Act that file U.S. GAAP financial statements with the SEC.Separate accounts of an insurance entity are used to support variable annuity contracts and variable life insurance policies (hereinafter referred to together as variable contracts). Sepa- rate accounts can be registered investment companies under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (1940 Act). A variable contract can be both a security registered under the Securities Act of 1933 and an insurance policy filed with, and approved and regulated by, state insurance departments.Separate accounts that are registered under the 1940 Act and are required to file U.S. GAAP financial statements with the SEC in product filings for variable contracts (N-3, N-4, or N-6) would meet criterion (a).http://www.pbookshop.comSeparate accounts registered under the 1940 Act that are exempt from filing U.S. GAAP financial statements with the SEC.Separate accounts that are registered under the 1940 Act and that are exempt from submitting product filings (N-3, N-4, or N-6) for variable contracts (referred to as Great Wested), but do file U.S. GAAP financial statements on the SEC's web- site (for example, under SEC Rule N-30D) where the financial statements are publicly available, would meet criterion (a).Insurance sponsor of a separate account filing.An insurance entity that sponsors a separate account and in- cludes its U.S. GAAP financial statements in product filings for variable contracts (N-3, N-4, or N-6) with the SEC would meet criterion (a).Insurance entity subsidiary when the immediate or ultimate paren...

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