uncertificated


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uncertificated

[ˈʌnsəˈtɪfɪkeɪtɪd] ADJ [teacher etc] → sin título
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If you hold your Acacia Shares in uncertificated form (i.e.
- for Lonmin Shareholders holding an entitlement to Lonmin Shares in uncertificated form in the Strate system, the New Sibanye-Stillwater Shares will be credited to Stratesystem/CSDP/Broker accounts upon the commencement of trading (South African standard time)on 13 June 2019.
UCC [section] 9-313(a) permits perfection of "certificated securities" (40) by "taking delivery." (41) Delivery occurs when a person (either directly or through a third-party "securities intermediary" (42)) "acquires possession of the security certificate, (43) Alternatively, and for uncertificated securities, perfection is obtained through is control, (44) a process that also depends is on whether a securities intermediary is involved.
Holders of ADSs in registered form, either in American Depositary Receipt (ADR) form or in uncertificated form through the Direct Registration System (a system administered by the DTC pursuant to which Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, as the depositary for the ADSs (the U.S.
The issuer will also be retaining an uncertificated amount equal to 5% of the transaction, which is also not rated.
register of members the moment the uncertificated security was
The efficiency of emission has been assessed for uncertificated bonds with a purchase option in three years; a coupon rate is defined at the level of 10.15%, quarterly payments.
(105) As part of its Delaware Blockchain Initiative, the state has partnered with Symbiont, a smart contract start-up, to create a system that can "move the process of registering companies, tracking share movements, and managing shareholder communications into a digital environment." (106) The state government is in the process of creating a new type of corporate share, the "distributed ledger share," that will join traditional certificated and uncertificated shares.
LAW COMM'N 1994) (issue and issuer of securities and transfer of certificated and uncertificated securities respectively).
The peculiar situation here is that knowledge of the principles and patterns of African civilisation remained with ordinary, uncertificated men and women, especially of those in rural areas.
Growing concerns in the early 1980s that uncertificated films could be released for the home video market and be available, in theory, to children of any age resulted in the 1984 Video Recordings Act, which required video releases to be certificated for home viewing.
Then they explore more broadly how financial collateral is used in a range of different markets, showing how security over financial collateral is taken and perfected, including where financial instruments are held in uncertificated form.