ISO 4217 Numeric Code

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ISO 4217 Numeric Code

A code used especially when financial transactions are made using non-Latin alphabets or scripts.

008Albanian lek
012Algerian dinar
032Argentine peso
036Australian dollar
044Bahamian dollar
048Bahraini dinar
050Bangladeshi taka
051Armenian dram
052Barbados dollar
060Bermudian dollar
064Bhutanese ngultrum
068Bolivian boliviano
072Botswana pula
084Belize dollar
090Solomon Islands dollar
096Brunei dollar
104Myanma kyat
108Burundian franc
116Cambodian riel
124Canadian dollar
132Cape Verdean escudo
136Cayman Islands dollar
144Lankan rupee
152Chilean peso
156Chinese renminbi
170Colombian peso
174Comorian franc
191Croatian kuna
192Cuban peso
203Czech koruna
208Danish krone
214Dominican peso
230Ethiopian birr
232Eritrean nakfa
238Falkland Islands pound
242Fijian dollar
262Djiboutian franc
270Gambian dalasi
292Gibraltar pound
320Guatemalan quetzal
324Guinean franc
328Guyanese dollar
332Haitian gourde
340Honduran lempira
344Hong Kong dollar
348Hungarian forint
352Icelandic krona
356Indian rupee
360Indonesian rupiah
364Iranian rial
368Iraqi dinar
376Israeli new sheqel
388Jamaican dollar
392Japanese yen
398Kazakhstani tenge
400Jordanian dinar
404Kenyan shilling
408North Korean won
410South Korean won
414Kuwaiti dinar
417Kyrgyzstani som
418Lao kip
422Lebanese pound
426Lesotho loti
428Latvian lats
430Liberian dollar
434Libyan dinar
440Lithuanian litas
446Macanese pataca
454Malawian kwacha
458Malaysian ringgit
462Maldivian rufiyaa
478Mauritanian ouguiya
480Mauritian rupee
484Mexican peso
496Mongolian tugrik
498Moldovan leu
504Moroccan dirham
512Omani rial
516Namibian dollar
524Nepalese rupee
533Aruban florin
548Vanuatu vatu
554New Zealand dollar
558Nicaraguan cordoba
566Nigerian naira
578Norwegian krone
586Pakistani rupee
590Panamanian balboa
598Papua New Guinean kina
600Paraguayan guarani
604Peruvian new sol
608Philippine peso
634Qatari rial
643Russian ruble
646Rwandan franc
654Saint Helena pound
678Sao Tome and Principe dobra
682Saudi riyal
690Seychellois rupee
694Sierra Leonean leone
702Singaporean dollar
704Vietnamese dong
706Somali shilling
710South African rand
728South Sudanese pound
748Swazi lilangeni
752Swedish krona
760Syrian pound
764Thai baht
776Tongan pa'anga
780Trinidad and Tobago dollar
784UAE dirham
788Tunisian dinar
800Ugandan shilling
807Macedonian denar
818Egyptian pound
826British pound
834Tanzanian shilling
840U.S. dollar
858Uruguayan peso
860Uzbekistani som
882Western Samoan tala
886Yemeni rial
894Zambian kwacha
901Taiwanese dollar
931Cuban convertible peso
932Zimbabwean dollar
934Turkmenistani manat
936Ghanaian cedi
937Venezuelan bolivar
938Sudanese pound
941Serbian dinar
943Mozambican metical
944Azerbaijani manat
946Romanian new leu
948WIR Euro
949Turkish dollar
950Central African CFA franc
951East Caribbean dollar
952West African CFA franc
953CFP franc
959Gold
960Special Drawing Rights
961Silver
962Platinum
964Palladium
968Surinamese dollar
969Malagasy ariary
971Afghan afghani
972Tajikistani somoni
973Angolan kwanza
974Belarusian ruble
975Bulgarian lev
976Congolese franc
977Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark
978Euro
979Mexican Unidad de Inversion
980Ukrainian hryvnia
981Georgian lari
985Polish zloty
986Brazilian real
990Chilean Unidad de Fomento
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In response, he says, his company has prepared a risk-based approach in conjunction with its external auditors, "which we see as a much more practical approach to auditing, while ensuring 404 compliance.
Dow set up a project organizational hierarchy for Section 404 compliance.
The survey of 217 public companies with average revenues of $5 billion found auditor fees for Section 404 compliance averaged $1.
In October, Moody's Investors Service issued a Special Comment, "Section 404 Reports on Internal Control: Impact on Ratings Will Depend on Nature of Material Weaknesses Reported.
With over 14% of accelerated filers receiving failing grades and a multitude of filers barely escaping the same, I believe the initial effectiveness of Section 404 of Sarbanes Oxley and the related PCAOB's Auditing Standard Number 2 in cleaning up public company financial reporting speaks for itself", said Mark Cheffers, CEO of the IVES Group.
Many, understandably, treated Section 404 compliance as a discrete project with a clearly defined ending point.
AeA's work on Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 has been a grassroots effort in the truest sense, and the concerns and recommendations presented by AeA member companies through meetings and our recent report clearly resonated with the members of the PCAOB.
As a result, each committee member needs to become educated in what 404 is and what it means.
The Company believes that it has completed all work necessary under Section 404 to provide management's report on internal controls, and submitted the report to its independent registered public accounting firm.
Reflecting on his Senate testimony, Turley observes, "The Senate Banking panel understood that, especially in the first year [of 404 reporting], there will be some levels of deficiencies, material weaknesses and adverse opinions.
The Company intends to appeal its delisting to the Panel and is working diligently to file its 404 Report as described in the Company's Form 8-K dated May 2, 2005.