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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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Further changes coming into force on April 6 include amendments to permitted development rights.
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.
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.
According to this position, member states would no longer be allowed to issue paper licences six years after the Directive coming into force.
Under a new national licensing system coming into force next year, an estimated 105,000 bouncers will have to apply for a licence.
02), a hard- bound book that provides an analysis of European directives coming into force that will "change the telecommunications industry and create a single set of rules for all digital networks," Aspen said, including telephone, satellite, cellular, terrestrial broadcast, IP, telephone and electricity networks.
The SEC's new Securities Offering Reforms are the most important development in more than 30 years and are coming into force.
WATCHING THE BUDGET The London Agreement coming into force soon will lower the costs for businesses wanting to protect their intellectual property rights.