Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority definition

Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority shall have the meaning given by Section 2(a)(50) of the 1940 Act.
Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority means any (A) foreign securities authority, (B) other governmental body or foreign equivalent of a self-regulatory organization empowered by a foreign government to administer or enforce its laws relating to the regulation of fiduciaries, trusts, commercial lending, insurance, trading in contracts of sale of a commodity for future delivery, or other instruments traded on or subject to the rules of a contract market, board of trade or foreign equivalent, or other financial activities, or (C) membership organization a function of which is to regulate the participation of its members in activities listed above.
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Examples of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority in a sentence

  • In performing its duties under this subsection, the Custodian shall use reasonable care and may rely on such reasonable sources of information as may be available including but not limited to: (i) published ratings; (ii) information supplied by a Subcustodian that is a participant in such Securities Depository; (iii) industry surveys or publications; (iv) information supplied by the depository itself, by its auditors (internal or external) or by the relevant Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority.

  • The Sub-Custodian may rely on such reasonable sources of information as may be available including but not limited to: (i) published ratings; (ii) information supplied by a subcustodian that is a participant in such Securities Depository; (iii) industry surveys or publications; (iv) information supplied by the depository itself, by its auditors (internal or external) or by the relevant Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority.

  • Name of Country/English Name of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority United Kingdom - Financial Conduct Authority 11.

  • In performing its duties under this Sub-Section, the Custodian may rely on such reasonable sources of information as may be available including but not limited to: (i) published ratings; (ii) information supplied by a Subcustodian that is a participant in such Foreign Depository; (iii) industry surveys or publications; and (iv) information supplied by the depository itself, by its auditors (internal or external) or by the relevant Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority (as defined below).

  • List the name and country, in English, of each foreign financial regulatory authority with which the private fund is registered.Cayman Islands - Cayman Islands Monetary AuthorityName of Country/English Name of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority 6.

  • Yes No Yes No Name of Country/English Name of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority United Kingdom - Financial Conduct Authority 11.

  • Often the most important information is at what time the vessel arrives at or departs from a certain waypoint.

  • Check only one box:AddDeleteAmend English Name of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority Name of Country 6.

  • Name of Country/English Name of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority Singapore - Monetary Authority of Singapore 11.

  • Cayman Islands - Cayman Islands Monetary Authority Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority Name of Country/English Name of 6.


More Definitions of Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority

Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority shall have the meaning given by Section 2(a)(50) of the 1940 Act. Fund(s) shall mean each series of the Trust listed in Appendix B and any additional series added pursuant to Written Instructions. A series is individually referred to as a "Fund" and collectively referred to as the "Funds." Instruction(s) shall mean Oral Instructions or Written Instructions. Instructions may be continuing Written Instructions when deemed appropriate by both parties. Investment(s) shall mean any investment asset of the Trust and/or a Fund, including without limitation, Money Market Securities and Securities. Money Market Security shall mean debt obligations issued or guaranteed as to principal and/or interest by the government of the United States or agencies or instrumentalities thereof, commercial paper, obligations (including certificates of deposit, bankers' acceptances, repurchase agreements and reverse repurchase agreements with respect to the same), and time deposits of domestic banks and thrift institutions whose deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and short-term corporate obligations where the purchase and sale of such securities normally require settlement in federal funds or their equivalent on the same day as such purchase and sale, all of which mature in not more than thirteen (13) months. Officer shall mean the Chairman, President, Secretary, Treasurer, any Vice President, Assistant Secretary or Assistant Treasurer of the Trust. Oral Instructions shall mean Instructions orally transmitted to and received by the Custodian from an Authorized Person (or from a person that the Custodian reasonably believes in good faith to be an Authorized Person) and confirmed by Written Instructions in such a manner that such Written Instructions are received by the Custodian on the Business Day in accordance with Section 4 herein immediately following receipt of such Oral Instructions, provided, however, The Trust agrees that the failure of the Custodian to receive such confirming instructions shall in no way affect the validity of the transactions or enforceability of the transactions authorized by such Oral Instructions. Prospectus shall mean with respect to each Fund, the Fund’s then currently effective prospectus and Statement of Additional Information, as filed with and declared effective from time to time by the Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC shall mean the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States. Security or Securiti...
Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority shall have the meaning given by Section 2(a)(50) of the 1940 Act, Securities Depository shall mean a central or book entry system or agency established under Applicable Law for purposes of recording the ownership and/or entitlement to investment securities for a given market that, if a foreign Securities Depository, meets the definitional requirements of Rule 17f-7 under the 1940 Act. All defined terms used herein shall have the meaning given in the Custodian Agreement as amended by this Amendment.
Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority shall have the meaning given by Section 2(a)(50) of the 1940 Act. Securities Depository shall mean a central or book entry system or agency established under Applicable Law for purposes of recording the ownership and/or entitlement to investment securities for a given market that meets the definitional requirements of Rule 17f-7 under the 1940 Act. All defined terms used herein shall have the meaning given in the Custodian Agreement as amended by this Amendment. The Custodian Agreement shall remain in full force and effect except as modified or amended herein. Any conflict between this amendment and the Custodian Agreement shall be governed by this amendment.

Related to Foreign Financial Regulatory Authority

  • foreign regulatory authority means a securities commission, exchange or other securities market regulatory authority in a designated foreign jurisdiction;

  • Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar Governmental Authority charged with regulating insurance companies or insurance holding companies, in its jurisdiction of domicile and, to the extent that it has regulatory authority over such Insurance Subsidiary, in each other jurisdiction in which such Insurance Subsidiary conducts business or is licensed to conduct business.

  • Regulatory Authority means any applicable supra-national, federal, national, regional, state, provincial or local regulatory agencies, departments, bureaus, commissions, councils or other government entities regulating or otherwise exercising authority with respect to the Licensed Technology or the Licensed Product in the Territory.

  • securities regulatory authority or “SRA” means a body created by statute in any Canadian or foreign jurisdiction to administer securities law, regulation and policy (e.g. securities commission), but does not include an exchange or other self regulatory entity;

  • Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) means the Government Agency responsible for oversight of public procurement.

  • statutory authority means an entity established by a law to carry out functions which are capable, under that law, of being funded, partly or entirely, by money provided by the Government, and for which the Governor, the Cabinet or the Government has the power to appoint or dismiss the majority of the Board or other governing body;

  • Regulatory Authorities means the Commissions and the Exchange;

  • Highway authority means the state highway commission, a board of county road commissioners or the governing body of a city or village.

  • FDA means the United States Food and Drug Administration.

  • international application means an application filed under this Treaty;

  • Regulatory Agency means any federal or state agency charged with the supervision or regulation of depository institutions or holding companies of depository institutions, or engaged in the insurance of depository institution deposits, or any court, administrative agency or commission or other authority, body or agency having supervisory or regulatory authority with respect to the Company, the Bank or any of their Subsidiaries.

  • EMEA means the European Medicines Evaluation Agency or any successor agency thereto.

  • CFDA means the Code of Federal Domestic Assistance assigned to a federal grant.

  • International Financial Reporting Standards means that set of accounting standards established and issued by the International Accounting Standards Board, as amended from time to time.

  • Sanctioning Authority means authority nominated to exercise power of approval, sanction and acceptance concerning administrative, financial and technical aspects of transactions done on behalf of NABARD.