Federal Book-Entry Regulations definition

Federal Book-Entry Regulations means 31 C.F.R. Part 357 et seq. (Department of Treasury).
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)") governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. Section 357.2, Section 357.10 through Section 357.14 and Section 357.41 through Section 357.44 and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other book-entry securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)”) governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. § 357.2, § 357.10 through § 357.14 and § 357.41 through § 357.44 and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other book-entry securities.

Examples of Federal Book-Entry Regulations in a sentence

  • The commitment of each Bank described in this Section 2.1.1 is herein referred to as its "Commitment".

  • The term "Federal Book-Entry Regulations" means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)") governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. ss.

  • To the extent that the Collection Account is a Securities Account, the provisions of the Indenture are effective to perfect by control the security interest of the Indenture Trustee, for the benefit of the Secured Parties, in the Collection Account and the Issuer's Security Entitlements with respect to the Financial Assets credited to the Collection Account and, subject to and to the extent provided in Section 9-315 of the NY UCC and the Federal Book-Entry Regulations, identifiable cash proceeds thereof.

  • The parties hereby agree that the Securities Intermediary’s jurisdiction as “securities intermediary” for purposes of Section 8-110(e) of the UCC and Section 357.11 of the Federal Book-Entry Regulations as they pertain to this Pledge Agreement, the Collateral Account and the Security Entitlements relating thereto, shall be the State of New York.

  • Title to the Pledged Collateral shall be held in accordance with the Security Agreement and the Federal Book-Entry Regulations.


More Definitions of Federal Book-Entry Regulations

Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the Federal regulations listed on Appendix A to Operating Circular No. 7 issued by the Federal Reserve Banks and (b) the Federal regulations published at 25 C.F.R. Part 350.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations. (a) the Federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)” governing Book-Entry Securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills) and Subpart D (“Additional Provisions”) of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. ss. 357.10 through ss. 357.14 and ss. 357.41 through ss. 357.44 (including related defined terms in 31 C.F.R. ss. 357.2) and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other Book-Entry Securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the provisions for the creation and perfection of security interests in Federal Book Entry Securities contained in (or contained in regulations substantially identical to) Subpart O, 31 C.F.R. § 306.115 through § 306.122.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)” governing book-entry securities consisting of United States Treasury securities, U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills) and Subpart D (“Additional Provisions”) of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. §357.10 through §357.14 and §357.41 through §357.44 (including related defined terms in 31 C.F.R. §357.2), as amended by regulations published at 61 Fed. Reg. 43626 (August 23, 1996) and as amended by any subsequent regulations.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the federal regulations contained in Subpart B governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bills, notes and bonds and Subpart D of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. § 357.2, § 357.10 through § 357.14 and § 357.41 through § 357.44.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (i) the United States Department of the Treasury’s regulations governing “Securities” (as defined in 31 C.F.R. § 357.2) issued by the United States Treasury and maintained in the form of entries in the federal reserve banksbook-entry system known as the Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES), as such regulations are set forth in 31 C.F.R. Part 357 and (ii) regulations analogous and substantially similar to the regulations described in clause (i) above governing any other automated book-entry system operated by the United States federal reserve banks in which securities issued by government sponsored enterprises are issued, recorded, transferred and maintained in book-entry form.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the United States Department of the Treasury's regulations governing the transfer and pledge of marketable securities issued by the U.S. Treasury and maintained in the form of entries in the TRADES book-entry system in the records of the federal reserve banks and set forth in 61 Fed. Reg. 43626 (1996) (codified at 31 C.F.R. Part 357).