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Investing and Financial Markets
What is a central depository?
September 01, 2007 10:07AM
CRD. A computerized database with information on registered brokers. The CRD contains employment history, exam scores, licensing information, and disciplinary actions.
Asked in Banking, Roman Empire
What groups are part of the Central Reserve Depository Institutions?
Asked in Business & Finance
What is D- account?
Asked in Definitions
What is the difference between a 'depository' and a 'repository'?
Asked in US National Security
When was National Securities Depository Limited created?
Did Lee Harvey Oswald work at the book depository in dallas Texas?
What did federally insured depository institutions hold in 1994?
What is depository law in libraries?
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.
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Two way fungibility?
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.
What are non-depository type institutions?
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.
What is a depository institution with at least one type of checking and one type of saving account?
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What has the author Margaret T Lane written?
Margaret T. Lane has written: 'State publications' -- subject(s): Directories, State government publications, Depository libraries 'State publications and depository libraries' -- subject(s): Libraries, Special collections, Government publications, Libraries, Depository, Depository libraries, State government publications, Government publications (State governments) 'A guide to the documents on documents collection, 1980-1983' -- subject(s): Depository libraries, Document delivery, Documents on documents collection, 1980-1983, Government publications