Holding


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Holding

1. The act of not selling. That is, when holding, one continues to own a security. See also: Buy-and-hold strategy.

2. A security or other asset one currently owns.
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2) The portfolio company maintains policies, books and records, accounts, and other indicia of corporate, partnership or limited liability organization and operation that are separate from the financial holding company and limit the legal liability of the financial holding company for obligations of the portfolio company; and
After years of uncertainty in California, the State Board of Equalization issued a determination in which it held that a passive holding company could be engaged in a unitary business with its subsidiaries.
I like holding hands because I belong to a multicultural parish and there is a sense of spirituality when people of all colors and ethnic backgrounds can join together to praise our Lord.
1) Arrange for buyers to receive preferred terms from sellers so long as the terms are not negotiated as part of any individual transaction, are provided generally to customers or broad categories of customers, and are made available by the seller (and not by the financial holding company); and
59) When the case came back to the court a second time, however, it reconsidered its earlier view and reached a contrary conclusion, holding that the second clause of the definition was an alternative to the transactional test and not a supplement to it:
Generally, the rule permits a ten-year holding period for direct investments and a fifteen-year holding period for investments in private equity funds.
Thus, if a bank holding company were to finance its nonbank affiliates from bank dividends--that is, to directly pass on the bank's subsidy to the holding company's affiliates--the profitability of the consolidated organization would decline.
In applying the COBE requirement to the acquisition of a holding company, the Service has treated the activities of a holding company's wholly owned operating subsidiary as the holding company's historic business.
For example, under existing statute and regulation, all bank holding companies have for some time been able to acquire passive equity investments in any company of up to 5 percent of the voting shares and up to 24.
The most immediate and obvious advantage of this acquisition is a broadened, more powerful customer management offering based on the individual strengths of the KNOVA and Onyx applications," said Jeff Tognoni, CEO of M2M Holdings.
1223-1(a), a partner's holding period for his partnership interest includes the holding period of noncash capital assets or Sec.