Recognized Exchange definition

Recognized Exchange means a recognized stock exchange or securities market in an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development member state.

Examples of Recognized Exchange in a sentence

  • Any adjustment under this Section 2(c) shall be subject to (and will be correspondingly reorganized in a manner which is permissible under, or necessary to comply with) the ASX Listing Rules or the rules of any Recognized Exchange in force at the relevant time and shall become effective at the close of business on the date the subdivision or combination becomes effective.

  • Rights can be issued to purchase shares of a reporting issuer in Canada, listed on a Recognized Exchange and categorized as a reporting issuer that is not a “venture issuer” and that is a “non-venture” issuer under Canadian securities legislation.

  • Notwithstanding anything else herein, such issuer must contemporaneously File all documents filed with the other Recognized Exchange with the Exchange as required by this Listing Manual.

  • Recognized Exchange means any exchange carrying on its activities within the territory of one of the Basle Accord Countries and of the countries that have adopted the banking and supervisory rules set out in that Accord, and any other exchange or group of exchanges with whom the Bourse has entered into a collaboration agreement.

  • The Bursa Rules and Recognized Exchange Rules shall hereinafter be collectively referred to as “Exchange Rules”.

More Definitions of Recognized Exchange

Recognized Exchange means a person or company recognized by the Commission under section 21; (“bourse reconnue”)
Recognized Exchange means an exchange which is recognized as such by the Bank of Slovenia and which meets the following conditions: