Commingling


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Commingling

In the context of securities, this involves mixing customer-owned securities with brokerage firm-owned securities. This process is referred to as rehypothecation, which is the use of customers' collateral to secure their loans. This is legal with customer consent, although some securities and collateral must be kept separately.
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The additional commingling lines allow multiple direct mail projects to be combined into a single mailstream to drive greater postal savings and efficiencies.
But even what does get thrown away is more than offset by increased participation in recycling, commingling supporters say.
We are excited to add the commingling solution to our best-in-class postal optimization capabilities.
In light of the identification and sorting technology available, Fisher and Biddle don't see commingling of plastics as a hindrance.
We are picking up commingling," sending it north to SP Recycling as well.
Instead, households are commingling their recyclables into a single stream, placing them on their front lawns and having the waste hauler pick them up, often to be placed in a compacting truck.
JDM's in-house commingling capabilities will also enable Transcontinental to further increase efficiency and speed in-home deliveries for its clients.
announced today an agreement with PSI Group, a Pitney Bowes company: PSI will provide comprehensive nationwide commingling services to Transcontinental Direct clients, which include the nation's leaders in the financial services, telecommunications, insurance, mortgage, pharmaceutical and travel and leisure industries.
JDM) has broken ground on a new facility that will house its high-speed automated mail processing center, dramatically expanding the company's existing commingling and drop-ship operations.
Commingling risk is when funds belonging to an issuer may get combined with the insolvency estate of a defaulted party in a structured finance transaction.
These lawsuits have included In re Sconce/Lamb Cremation Cases, in which the California Supreme Court upheld the right of close family members of decedents to assert emotional distress and related tort and contract claims for decedents whose remains were allegedly subjected to illegal and/or disrespectful multiple cremations and commingling, and In re Neptune Society Cases, a class action involving claims for emotional distress, personal injury, breach of contract, and consumer fraud claims arising from concealed illegal dumping of commingled human remains by the pilot who had been hired to scatter ashes separately over the Sierra Mountains.