Approved List definition

Approved List means Securities followed by the Global Fundamental Research Group and tracked on the Approved List. Securities may be added, removed, or undergo periodic ratings changes.
Approved List means the list of financial firms or institutions with which Personal Accounts are permitted to be maintained.
Approved List means the list of financial firms or institutions with which Personal Accounts are permitted to be maintained. The Compliance Department maintains the Approved List.

Examples of Approved List in a sentence

  • Synthetic fibers from the Department’s Approved List 35 may be added to control cracking.

  • Where there is a relevant Approved List of Contractors, this must be used as the source of providing the names of contractors from whom quotations and tenders are sought.

  • Removable black, non-reflective tape shall be suitable for use on asphalt concrete pavement surfaces, and shall be selected from the Department’s Approved List 17.

  • If it is considered that it would be beneficial the tender or Approved List may also be advertised in one or more newspapers or appropriate journals.

  • This tape shall be suitable for use on both asphalt and hydraulic cement concrete surfaces and shall be selected from the Department’s Approved List 17.


More Definitions of Approved List

Approved List has the meaning specified in Section 2.02 hereof.
Approved List means a supplier of works or services that has been vetted by the Council’s Procurement Unit or relevant department and placed upon the Council’s approved list(s).
Approved List means the list of financial institutions approved by the Compliance Department as institutions where Personal Accounts may be maintained.
Approved List means the list of banks and financial institutions in the agreed form between the Agent and the Company (as the same may be amended from time to time in accordance with to Clause 27.2 (Conditions of assignment or transfer)).
Approved List means a list of Tenderers, established in accordance with Sections 17 – 22 of the Local Government Act 1988, who have met the Council’s predetermined criteria and who are willing and able to supply Products of a particular type or description. This includes the use of Constructionline, or a similar organisation, and such lists will need to be administered in accordance with guidance, agreed with the Group Director, Corporate & Frontline Services and approved by the Head of Procurement and Energy Management before being utilised. “Common Use” means any Product purchased by the Council, which are required for use by more than one Service Area or Section of the Council or in schools. “Contract Manager” means a person authorised under the Council’s Scheme of Delegation to manage the performance of a contract throughout its term. The duties of a Contract Manager shall begin when the contract is awarded and shall cease when it is completed or terminated. “Contract” means the agreement between the Council and the Contractor comprising the conditions of contract, Specification and any defined schedules and all matters referred to in the Invitation To Tender and the Contractors response thereto, together with acceptance by the Council. “Contracting Officer” means a person authorised under the Council’s Scheme of Delegation for the purpose of carrying out the appropriate duties set out in these Contract Procedure Rules. A Contracting Officer may be appointed specifically for the purpose of a single contract or for a range of contract requirements but may not also be the Director for any contract for which he or she is the Contracting Officer. “Contractor” means any person contracted to sell or buy a Product. This term applies after a contract is formed. “Group Director, Corporate & Frontline Services and Director of Legal and Democratic Services” include Officers specifically authorised by them. “Corporate Contract” means any contract for Products in Common Use and applies particularly to contracts where exclusive use by the Council is a term of the Contract. Details of these contracts can be obtained directly from the Council’s Procurement Intranet Site or from the Head of Procurement and Energy Management. “Council’s Contract Management System” means the electronic eTenderWales portal in use by the Council for managing its procurement activities, part of which includes an electronic contract register. The systemalso includes facilities for supplier registration an...
Approved List means a list of suitable Contractors drawn up under Standing Order 3 of this Part 2;
Approved List means the list of ASX-listed securities published by Macquarie from time to time and available at macquarie.com.au/equitylever.