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Signature guarantee

The authentication of a signature in the form of a stamp, seal, or written confirmation by a bank or member of a domestic stock exchange (or other acceptable guarantor). A notary public cannot provide a signature guarantee. A signature guarantee is a common requirement when transferring or redeeming shares or changing the ownership of an account.

Signature Guarantee

A statement by a financial institution that a signature on a document is genuine. A signature guarantee is needed in some transfers of securities and other transactions. The signature guarantee is usually made by a commercial bank or a member firm. See also: Medallion Stamp Program.

signature guarantee

A written guarantee by a financial institution (nearly always a commercial bank or stock exchange member firm) that a particular signature is valid. A signature guarantee is often required on a certificate or other official document to be mailed.
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To convert a certificated Note, a holder must (1) complete and sign a conversion notice, with appropriate signature guarantee, on the back of each Note, (2) surrender the Notes to The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, N.
Daca signature guarantee is made by an instrument of guarantee issued under the law of a banking company or an insurance company, will forward the original document Contracting Authority to the date and time for receipt of tenders.
To convert a Note, a holder must (1) complete and sign a conversion notice, with appropriate signature guarantee, on the back of the Note, (2) surrender the Note to The Bank of New York Mellon, as conversion agent, (3) furnish appropriate endorsements and transfer documents if required by The Bank of New York Mellon, (4) pay the amount of interest, if any, the Holder must pay in accordance with the indenture governing the Notes, and (5) pay any tax or duty if required pursuant to the indenture governing the Notes.
In order to convert a Note held in certificate form, a holder must (1) complete and sign a Conversion Notice in the form attached to the applicable indenture, with appropriate signature guarantee, on the back of the Note, (2) surrender the Note to the Conversion Agent, (3) furnish endorsements and transfer documents required by the Conversion Agent, (4) pay any accrued unpaid interest through the conversion date and (5) pay any tax or duty related to the conversion.
To convert a certificated Note, a holder must (1) complete and sign a conversion notice, with appropriate signature guarantee, on the back of each Note, (2) surrender the Notes to the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, which is serving as conversion agent, (3) furnish appropriate endorsements and transfer documents if required by the registrar or the conversion agent, (4) pay the amount of interest, if any, the holder must pay in accordance with the indenture, and (5) pay any tax or duty if required pursuant to the indenture.
In order to convert the Notes, a Holder must (1) complete and sign the Conversion Notice, with appropriate signature guarantee, on the back of the Note, (2) surrender the Notes to a Conversion Agent, (3) furnish appropriate endorsements and transfer documents if required by the Registrar or Conversion Agent, (4) pay the amount of interest, if any, the Holder must pay as described below, and (5) pay any tax or duty if required pursuant to the Indenture.
If share certificates evidencing Shares to be withdrawn have been delivered or otherwise identified to BIGP, then, prior to the physical release of such certificates, the serial numbers shown on such certificates must be submitted to BIGP and, unless such Shares have been tendered by a financial institution (including most commercial banks, savings and loan associations and brokerage houses) that is a participant in the Security Transfer Agents Medallion Program, the New York Stock Exchange Medallion Signature Guarantee Program or the Stock Exchange Medallion Program (an "Eligible Institution"), the signatures on the notice of withdrawal must be guaranteed by an Eligible Institution.
The Notice of Guarantee may be delivered by mail or overnight delivery or by facsimile transmission to the Exchange Agent as indicated on the form of the Notice of Guarantee and must include a guarantee by a financial institution (including most banks, savings and loan associations and brokerage houses) that is a participant in a Medallion Signature Guarantee Program (an "Eligible Institution") in the form set forth in the form of Notice of Guarantee.
3) Certificates must be properly endorsed with a Medallion Signature Guarantee Stamp (obtained from a national bank or stock brokerage firm).