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Approved list

A list of equities and other investments that a financial institution or mutual fund is allowed to invest in. See: Legal list.

Approved List

A list of companies and other investments in which certain organizations like state-chartered banks, insurance companies, and pensions are allowed to invest. The components of approved lists vary from state to state, but most approved lists contain low-risk, low-return investments designed to maintain the organizations' sustainability and protect the principal placed in them. An approved list is also called a legal list.

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The Consortium is an association of NHS Trusts that, on the behalf of its members, manages approved lists of contractors and consultants for services related to both construction and maintenance.
The companies included in the North West Consortium of NHS Trusts' approved lists have proved financial stability, satisfactory references, valid insurances, satisfactory experience and qualification, evidence of “Health and Safety at Work Act” compliance and adequacy of resources.
In this system, workers pay a nominal fee for generic drugs (usually about $5), a higher fee for the insurer's preferred brand-name drugs (usually $10 to $15) and an even higher fee for brand-name drugs not on insurers' approved lists ($25 or more).
These approved lists allowed integrity to be factored in, and an industry with credibility thus began to emerge.
In addition, the WBCA provides for the development of three approved lists for which no WBCA permit is required.
We see significant growth opportunities for this joint venture as additional insurance carriers add us to their approved lists based on the advantages of a fully digitized image processing system over the less sophisticated technology now offered by competitors," said AutoInfo President Martin Rubin.
CyberSkin is a Thermo Plastic Resin (TPR) and all ingredients in CyberSkin are on FDA approved lists.
While we await a decision by the European Food Safety Authority to add Chromax and Zinmax to the approved lists, we are pleased that we will be able to continue providing EU countries with Chromax and Zinmax through 2009 and in turn, allow EU consumers to benefit from chromium and zinc supplementation.
The fund's equity component will generally be comprised of dividend-yielding stocks from Templeton's approved lists.
Repeat purchasers of structured settlement annuities maintain approved lists of which companies they will buy settlement annuities from.

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