Trading Asset definition

Trading Asset means an asset the proceeds of disposal of which would, but for this regulation, be brought into account as a receipt under Part 3 otherwise than in accordance with section 297 (trading credits and debits to be brought into account under Part 3), section 573 (trading credits and debits to be brought into account under Part 3) or section 747 (assets held for purposes of trade) of CTA 2009;
Trading Asset means any Securities, stock index options or futures or forward contracts, interest rate futures and swaps, currency futures, foreign exchange contracts and options, contracts for the purchase and sale of Precious Metals or other commodities of any nature, and options on any of them or in respect of any indices relating to them, or in relation to any other contracts or financial instruments of any nature for the time being offered, traded or dealt in by the Bank on behalf of its Clients or on any Exchange.

Examples of Trading Asset in a sentence

Trading Asset Subsidiaries will be established only in cases and under the conditions identified in the Regulations.

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To maintain on a consolidated basis a Trading Asset Ratio of at least 1.40:1.0, to be measured quarterly.

Private Placement Review Private Placements require the approval of the Employee’s Manager, TBCAM’s CEO, the TBCAM Compliance Department and the Bank of New York Mellon Investment Ethics Council Last Revised: June 2017 The Boston Company Personal Trading Asset Management, LLC Policy » A BNY Mellon CompanySM Any Employee who seeks to invest in a private placement must complete the Placement Form (PP Form) and submit the completed PP Form to a CO.

Such trading restrictions may be appropriate to protect the Company and its employees from potential Last Revised: June 2017 The Boston Company Personal Trading Asset Management, LLC Policy » A BNY Mellon CompanySM violations, or the appearance of violations, of securities laws.