Foreign Securities definition

Foreign Securities include: securities issued and sold primarily outside the United States by a foreign government, a national of any foreign country or a corporation or other organization incorporated or organized under the laws of any foreign country and securities issued or guaranteed by the government of the United States or by any state or any political subdivision thereof or by any agency thereof or by any entity organized under the laws of the United States or of any state thereof which have been issued and sold primarily outside the United States.
Foreign Securities means any of the Fund’s investments (including foreign currencies) for which the primary market is outside the United States and such cash and cash equivalents as are reasonably necessary to effect the Fund’s transactions in such investments.
Foreign Securities as defined in paragraph (c)(1) of Rule 17f-5 under the Investment Company Act of 1940, and (b) cash and cash equivalents in such amounts as the Custodian or the Fund may determine to be reasonably necessary to effect the Fund's foreign securities transactions. The Custodian shall identify on its books as belonging to the Fund, the foreign securities of the Fund held by each foreign sub-custodian.

Examples of Foreign Securities in a sentence

  • Since the Scheme would invest only partially in Foreign Securities, there may not be readily available and widely accepted benchmarks to measure performance of the Scheme.

  • This is substantially reduced since the SEBI (MF) Regulations stipulate investments only in debt instruments with rating not below investment grade by accredited/registered credit rating agency.⚫ Taxation Risk:In addition to the disclosure related to taxation mentioned under section “Special Consideration” on Page 9, Investment in Foreign Securities poses additional challenges based on the tax laws of each respective country or jurisdiction.

  • The records of the Custodian with respect to the Trust’s Foreign Securities that are maintained with a Sub-Custodian in an account that is identified as belonging to the Custodian for the benefit of its customers shall identify those securities as belonging to the Fund.

  • The table below provides the broad asset allocation of the Portfolio of the respective Investment Plans offered under the Scheme to be followed under normal circumstances:Equity PlanType of Instruments#Hybrid-Equity PlanType of Instruments#Hybrid-Debt Plan Type of Instruments##Each of the Investment Plan(s) intends to seek investment opportunity in the Foreign Securities, in accordance with guidelines stipulated in this regard by SEBI and RBI from time to time.

  • The Trust hereby delegates to the Custodian, subject to Rule 17f-5(b), the responsibilities with respect to the Fund’s Foreign Securities, and the Custodian hereby accepts such delegation as foreign custody manager with respect to the Fund.


More Definitions of Foreign Securities

Foreign Securities means securities and other Financial Assets of a Portfolio for which the primary market is outside the United States.
Foreign Securities means Securities for which the primary market is outside the United States.
Foreign Securities include: securities issued and sold primarily outside the United States by a foreign government, a national of any foreign country or a corporation or other organization incorporated or organized under the laws of any foreign country and securities issued or guaranteed by the government of the United States or by any state or any political subdivision thereof or by any agency thereof or by any entity organized under the laws of the United States or of any state thereof which have been issued and sold primarily outside the United States. (2) "eligible foreign custodian" means (a) The following securities depositories and clearing agencies which operate transnational systems for the central handling of securities or equivalent book entries which, by appropriate exemptive order issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission, have been qualified as eligible foreign custodians for the Trust but only for so long as such exemptive order continues in effect: Xxxxxx Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Brussels, Belgium, in its capacity as operator of the Euroclear System ("Euroclear"), and Cedel Bank S.A. ("CEDEL"). (b) Any other entity that shall have been qualified as an eligible foreign custodian for the foreign securities of the Trust by the Securities and Exchange Commission by exemptive order, rule or other appropriate action, commencing on such date as it shall have been so qualified but only for so long as such exemptive order, rule or other appropriate action continues in effect. (III) The Trustee will indemnify and hold the Trust harmless from and against any loss occurring as a result of an eligible foreign custodian's willful misfeasance, reckless disregard, bad faith, or gross negligence in performing custodial duties."
Foreign Securities shall have the meaning provided in Section 2.1 hereof.