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U.S. Depository

An organization in the United States, which may be either for-profit or non-profit, that takes money from clients and places it in any of a variety of investment vehicles for the benefit of both the client and the organization. Common examples of depository institutions are retail banks and savings and loan associations, both of which take deposits into safekeeping and use them to make loans to other customers. U.S. depositories are regulated by federal and state law.
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The regulations allowed all financial transactions "ordinarily incident" to activities in the petroleum and petrochemical industries in the RSS, even if the transaction involved a northern Sudanese bank, so long as any transaction between a US depository institution and one owned or controlled by Khartoum passed through a non-Sudanese bank.
The centre serves as the US depository for books, government documents and media that exemplify Malaysian culture and history.
US persons, including foreign branches of US depository institutions and trading companies, are prohibited from engaging in any transactions, including purchase, sale, transportation, swap, financing, or brokering transactions related to goods or services of Iranian origin or goods or services owned or controlled by the government of Iran," reads an overview of the sanctions posted on the US treasury website.
Traders said the news was having limited impact on the euro, and some in the market were skeptical about whether Tehran would be able to buy significant amounts of dollars, given that US depository institutions are banned from processing transfers involving the country.
Its purchase of WaMu, which had about 188 billion dollars in deposits, creates the largest US depository institution with more than 900 billion dollars in customer deposits, JPMorgan Chase said.
Bank of America, the largest US depository bank, has total consolidated assets of USD1.
The purchase of Washington Mutual which had about $188bn in deposits, creates the largest US depository institution with more than $900bn in customer deposits, JPMorgan Chase said.
Early yesterday the US Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, which clears almost all US equity trades, announced that all Monday's share deals had been settled.
The merger deal will create a dual-listed company with shares quoted on both the UK and the Australian stock markets, secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and a US Depository Receipt listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
New York City time) on Tuesday, May 19, 1998, continue to be entitled to withdraw their acceptances and, at any time before the end of that period or the Subsequent Offer Period, may retender their Energy Group Securities using a new Acceptance Form (which may be obtained from the United Kingdom Receiving Agent or the US Depository whose details are set out in the offer document dated March 10, 1998).
He also worked closely with financial sponsors related to investments into US Depository Institutions.
The regulations allow all financial transactions "ordinarily incident" to activities in the petroleum and petrochemical industries in the RSS, even if the transaction involves a northern Sudanese bank, so long as any transaction between a US depository institution and one owned or controlled by Khartoum pass through a non-Sudanese bank.