Negotiable certificates of deposit

Negotiable certificates of deposit

Negotiable Certificate of Deposit

A certificate of deposit of large value that can be bought and sold but not redeemed before maturity. See also: Jumbo CD, Callable CD.
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acquisition of foreign -26,762 short-term securities and negotiable certificates of deposit of any maturity, ITAs 10 Equals: Net U.S.
The sector's reliance on short-term funding has reduced since late 2018 and some stronger NBFIs have shifted towards longer-term funding, such as term loans or negotiable certificates of deposit.
Other permissible securities include government securities, negotiable certificates of deposit and money market funds.
Banks are selling negotiable certificates of deposit, a kind of bond.
First Gulf Bank First Gulf Bank, the United Arab Emirates' third-biggest lender, said its Singapore branch set up a negotiable certificates of deposit program for as much as $1 billion to expand in Asia Pacific.
National Bank Launches Negotiable Certificates of Deposit
As with large holding companies outside the Fourth District, BHCs in the Fourth District rely heavily on large negotiable certificates of deposit and nondeposit liabilities for funding.
If there's an opportunity, Cebrero said RCBC might also issue long-term negotiable certificates of deposit.
(BDO) has upsized its offering of Long-Term Negotiable Certificates of Deposit (LTNCD) by almost 1.5 times to P7.3 billion due to solid demand from retail and institutional investors.
acquisition of foreign short-term securities and negotiable certificates of deposit of any maturity, ITAs 10,578 10 Equals: Net U.S.
The apex bank said that it would launch new regulations allowing trade in commercial paper and negotiable certificates of deposit (NCDs).