Clearing Account definition

Clearing Account means the account so designated and established by Section 5.04(1)
Clearing Account means the account so designated and established by Section 5.04(1) hereof.
Clearing Account shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.7.1 hereof.

Examples of Clearing Account in a sentence

  • HKSCC provides two types of stock accounts in CCASS, the Stock Clearing Account and Stock Segregated Accounts.

  • Decrease each income account by the full amount with a debit and a credit to Account 999 Profit or Loss Clearing Account.

  • The Stock Clearing Account (Account 01) of each Participant will be the main Stock Account in CCASS used for settlement purposes (i.e. to make or take delivery of Eligible Securities).

  • Corresponding to the credits and debits, the amount to be paid is debited or credited to the Customer's Clearing Account.

  • Trust Account and Clearing Account 44 Online Brokerage Framework Agreement Trade Republic Bank GmbH (hereinafter "Trade Republic") and the Customer (hereinafter each a "Party" and collectively the "Parties") enter into this Online Brokerage Framework Agreement (hereinafter "Framework Agreement").


More Definitions of Clearing Account

Clearing Account means Account No. 4159359173 in the name of the Seller maintained at Wellx Xxxgo Bank, N.A.
Clearing Account has the meaning set forth in Section 2.7.1 hereof.
Clearing Account shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.1.
Clearing Account means Account No. 4159359173 in the name of the Seller maintained at Xxxxx Fargo Bank, N.A.
Clearing Account means the Boston Bank’s deposit account or accounts at the MPF Provider, pursuant to the MPF Provider standard agreement for such account(s) from time to time, for the clearing of debits and credits between the MPF Provider and the Boston Bank.
Clearing Account shall have the meaning set forth in the Mortgage Loan Agreement.
Clearing Account means the depositary account identified as such on Exhibit E into which Collections are collected or deposited.