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Account statement

In the context of banking, refers to a summary of all balances.

In the context of securities, a summary of all transactions and positions (long and short) between a broker/dealer and a client. See also: Option agreement.

Account Statement

1. In banking, a statement detailing all credits and debits to an account over a given period of time. It is also called a bank statement.

2. In investing, a statement detailing all long positions and short positions that an investor currently holds.

account statement

A periodic statement to an investor showing the investor's investment position at a given point in time and transactions for the investor's account during a given period of time. An account statement for an active account is generally sent at the beginning of each month, while statements for inactive accounts are sent quarterly.
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'Take further notice that you (MD PIA) are required to file audited statement/ statements of accounts for the last 10 years and also appear in person before the court on the date and time fixed without failure,' the order stated.
The statements of accounts filed by the country's mainstream political parties for the last year showed that the parties apparently lacked financial capacity to organise even a small party convention.
According to ECP, these political parties have filed their statements of accounts in accordance with the procedure prescribed in Rule 159 of the Election Rule 2017.
According to an official of ECP, some major political parties couldn't submit their statements of accounts including Mutahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan), Muslim League (Functional), Pakistan Muslim League (Zia), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party and Pakistan Muslim League (Junejo).
Therefore, the ECP has included name of MQM in the list of political parties eligible to apply for getting symbol in the forthcoming general elections-2013, after submission of all the consolidated statements of accounts of the party for the year 2008 to 2012 (five years).
According to an official of ECP, some major political parties could not submit their statements of accounts including Mutahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan), Muslim League (Functional), Pakistan Muslim League (Zia), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party and Pakistan Muslim League (Junejo).
ISLAMABAD, July 04, 2011 (Frontier Star): The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is expected next week to ask the political parties to submit their statements of accounts for financial year 2010-11 by August 29.According to the ECP sources, the political parties are required to submit the statements of accounts on Form-I, as prescribed under the Political Parties Rules 2002.The statement of accounts of a party is required to be accompanied by a certificate signed by the party leader stating that no funds from any source prohibited under the Political Parties Order 2002 were received by the party and the statement contains an accurate financial position of the party, the sources added.
He said that some major political parties couldn't submit their statements of accounts including Mutahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan), Muslim League (Functional), Pakistan Muslim League (Zia), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party and Pakistan Muslim League (Junejo)
ISLAMABAD -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has asked all the political parties to submit their statements of accounts for the outgoing financial year by August 29.
ISLAMABAD -- Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has reminded political parties to submit statements of accounts for financial year, 2015-2016 by August 29 (Monday) in line with the Article 13 of the Political Parties Order, 2002.
ISLAMABAD, July 03, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is expected next week to ask the political parties to submit their statements of accounts for financial year 2010-11 by August 29.
ISLAMABAD, August 20, 2009 (Blochistan Times ): Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday reminded the political parties that they had to file with the ECP their statements of accounts for financial year 2008-2009 by August 29.