CRD. A computerized database with information on registered brokers. The CRD contains employment history, exam scores, licensing information, and disciplinary actions.
The central depository system main function is to maintain and operate the CDS. It does this by drawing guidance from a well defined legal framework.
This classification includes central reserve depository institutions, other than federal reserve banks, primarily engaged in providing credit to and holding deposits and reserves for their member commercial banks, thrift and loan.
DP means Depository Participant of CDSL (Central Depository Services (India) Limited). A DP account is necessary if you intend to hold your securities and/or trade in the electronic form. The DP account must be opened by you with a Depository Participant, which may or may not be your broker.
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The Book Depository was created in 2004.
a depository is a temporary storage as with a bank where you put money. A reposity is a place where some thing valuable is stored.
Texas School Book Depository was created in 1903.
National Securities Depository Limited was created in 2003.
A non-depository intermediary is a financial institution that does not take or hold deposits.
Yes, he was employed by the Texas Schoolbook Depository.
The US gold depository is at Fort Knox, Kentucky (near Louisville in north central Kentucky). There is another Fort Knox, in coastal Maine, that was built in 1844.
CDSL is Central Depository Securities Ltd. Trade done at Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) is directly linked to CDSL. Source: http://www.tip4trade.com
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A depository of classical art.
In the United States, technically, it isn't a bank, but a depository. It is called the United States Bullion Depository.
In 1994, federally insured depository institutions held $5 trillion in assets
The US gets its gold from the United States Bullion Depository. The United States Bullion Depository is better known as Fort Knox.
The two way fungibility means that the Depository Receipts (ADRs/GDRs) can be converted into underlying shares & underlying shares can be converted into Depository Receipts. Every Depository Receipt has underlying shares backing it. The Depository Receipt is issued & traded outside the country of the issuer, but the underlying shares backing the receipts are lodged in custody with a custodian in the country of the issuer.
According to the Government Printing Office:Established by Congress to ensure that the American public has access to its Government's information, the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) involves the acquisition, format conversion, and distribution of depository materials to libraries throughout the United States and the coordination of Federal depository libraries in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories.
Non-depository institutions are nonbank financial institutions that do not have a banking license and cannot accept deposits from the public. Examples of non-depository financial institutions that play an essential role in modern finance are insurance companies, mutual fund companies, security brokers, pawn shops, finance companies, and pension funds. Non-depository financial institutions provide a wide variety of financial services to both individuals and businesses and provide an alternative route for funneling savings into capital investment. Non-depository financial institutions compete with banks (depository institutions) in offering financial services.