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Effective date

In an interest rate swap, the date the swap begins accruing interest.

effective date

The date on which a new offering registered with the SEC may be sold by underwriters. There is usually a 20-day cooling-off period between the filing of a registration and the effective date.
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Mr Cherry added: "We hope - in the last days before the ban comes into force - that even at this late stage the Government undertakes to widely publicise that this new ban is coming into force.
Additionally, many elements of the Companies Act are coming into force on October 1 and will include statutory rules on directors of companies of all shapes and sizes.
Currently, just 13 firms in RCT benefit under the existing Welsh Assembly Government's Rural Rate Relief Scheme, but a replacement initiative coming into force on April 1 will affect 3,096 companies.
Up to 120,000 low paid North East workers will benefit from increases in the minimum wage coming into force in October.
These rules would be introduced within a year of the directive coming into force.
The volume carries an analysis of EU electronic communications directives coming into force and their potential applications to various situations involving Internet, digital television and third--generation mobile networks.
A MAN suspected of posting prostitutes' cards in telephone boxes was arrested yesterday within two hours of laws making it illegal coming into force.