U.S. Depository

U.S. Depository

An organization in the United States, which may be either for-profit or non-profit, that takes money from clients and places it in any of a variety of investment vehicles for the benefit of both the client and the organization. Common examples of depository institutions are retail banks and savings and loan associations, both of which take deposits into safekeeping and use them to make loans to other customers. U.S. depositories are regulated by federal and state law.
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Other legal factors may also limit the ability of an applicant to complete a depositcannabis seeds, for example, are not necessarily accepted by any U.S. depository facility.
G-SIBs currently have $10.7 trillion of assets, or approximately 50% of total U.S. depository assets, down from 58% in 2008.
The real-time payments system is open to all U.S. depository institutions and meets the objectives of the Federal Reserve Faster Payments Task Force, it said.
Stephens Inc., an independent, full service investment banking firm, has said that it has appointed James Troy as a senior banker of its investment banking division focused on Western U.S. depository institutions.
U.S. depository institutions will be authorized to provide financing, including, for example, issuing a letter of credit for such exports and re-exports.
exchanges 35,391 25,666 Addenda: Net fair value of contracts: 58 With own foreign offices 24,910 9,824 59 With foreign official institutions -3,129 -3,800 60 Between U.S. depository institutions and foreigners n.a.
"This service responds to demand from U.S. depository financial institutions which would like to offer a lower-cost alternative for sending funds internationally along with an opportunity to attract new customers."
While fewer than 30 of the largest U.S. depository institutions accounted for over half of new CTRs filed during the period GAO examined, all of the nation's approximately 17,000 institutions incur some costs to meet CTR requirements.
The one thing the two offers for financial services did have in common was how shares of the intendeds reacted: Reuters, which trades on both the London and Nasdq exchanges, rose 25 percent on Friday, to 615 pence ($US12.24) in London; U.S. depository receipts in Reuters also rose 25 percent, to $73.63.
The number of electronic payment transactions totaled 44.5 billion in 2003, while the number of checks paid totaled 36.7 billion, according to recent surveys of U.S. depository financial institutions and electronic payments organizations.
(16.) A U.S. depository institution operates a separate payment card program for service personnel on ships at sea.
Securities and Exchange Commission, however, permits four U.S. depository banks to create ADRs, which represent foreign ordinary shares and can be traded in the United States.

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