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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This statute prohibits the commingling of any such funds with the insurance agent's or broker's own funds, unless there is consent to commingle.
'All told, in this scheme of allowing the commingling and use of bill deposit by Meralco, the consumers are exposed to all the dangers in the depletion of the totality of Meralco's fund but enjoy none of the benefits of an investor should investments and other business decision result to increasing the Meralco's fund and value,' the petition read.
While the predictive power exhibited is not so high as to be applied as is, it is demonstrated that there is significant information inherent in size and shape of bones that can be exploited for resolving commingling. All of this information should be exploited as far as possible.
However, there will be no rating impact because about 92% of the covered bond programmes are at their maximum achievable rating and commingling risk is not a rating constraint.
Also speaking on the RUK show was Nigel Roddis, chief executive of Britbet, formed by 55 racecourses for their pool betting, who played down suggestions of a superbet from the commingling opportunities, while emphasising the new technology which he hopes will bring better service and products to racegoers.
Commingling is an issue of classification of an asset as marital versus nonmarital.
Subsequent chapters present case studies of specific incidents or contexts, such as blast and crash incidents in wartime, suicide bombings in Israel, mass fatality events in New York City, the crash of Colgan Air Flight 3407, and the Korean War, ending with issues related to data commingling and administrative review, the ethics of the identification process, mass fatality management, and cultural issues.
The commingling of your clients' funds with those of other clients--or with your own funds--is likewise illegal and can result in you losing your IREM designation (not to mention your real estate license).
The court also agreed with the defendant that the commingling of the funds the debtor had received from the project owner with other non-trust funds did not defeat the trust.
Commingling - the convenient practice of throwing all our recycling into one big container - has great benefits on the front end, but the industries on the receiving end of these recyclables pay a price for our residential convenience - a more contaminated product that results in higher costs and more garbage headed to the landfill.
Single-stream recycling, in general, is the commingling of recyclables, such as paper and plastic, glass and aluminum containers, at the curb.
With concise texts in German and English, including a contribution by the great German engineer Jorg Schlaich, this is a coffee table book which, happily, is well worth opening, and marks another chapter in Dechau's commingling of architecture, engineering and photography.