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for the purpose of keeping someone or something safe. I put my jewelry in the vault for safekeeping. I checked my fur coat at the entrance to the bar for safekeeping.
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European banking institutions were always requesting Safekeeping Receipts from asset owners in the United States to prove ownership, but were unsuccessful in obtaining them from United States banking institutions.
In order to grow its investment and safekeeping business and further enhance the services it provides to private banking clients, Sunstate needed a low cost, easy-to-implement solution that would allow staff to focus on business growth rather than administration.
If you are worried about safekeeping of your insurance policies, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority's insurance repository will come to your rescue.
This is inclusive of the modus operandi of the current structure, its unique features, formula for calculation of the safekeeping fee, the financing margin, and the redemption mechanism.
When implemented, ERPM's double safekeeping functionality prevents any one individual from having all of the credentials for the powerful privileged accounts that can access an organization's most sensitive data and IT resources," said Philip Lieberman, President and CEO of Lieberman Software.
Safekeeping is similar to the hero's journey we have seen throughout literature.
Paul Heroux, senior vice president and head of Member Services, Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, said, 'We are pleased to enhance services to our member banks by partnering with Citi to provide an efficient, cost-effective way to handle securities settlement and safekeeping.
This covers a range of services including equity and fixed income securities settlements, safekeeping, corporate actions, income and entitlements collection, proxy services, foreign ownership monitoring and disclosure services, cash management, foreign exchange, reporting, and information services to clients.
I certify that I have read the rules applicable to lawyer trust accounts and safekeeping property in chapter 5 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar [www.
Individuals with orders of protection issued against them soon will have their Firearm Owner's Identification (FOID) Card revoked, requiring them to surrender their guns to a local law enforcement agency for safekeeping.
And yesterday the specially made scroll commemorating the presentation along with the casket containing it was returned to the city for safekeeping by Monty's son David, the current Viscount Montgomery.
1 : to place or leave something in a location (as a warehouse, library, or computer memory) for later use, disposal, or safekeeping <Store the old toys in the attic.
But in 1974, the regimental trust of the 6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles paid Mr Pun 40,000 rupees, the equivalent pounds 300 today, fo the VC to be taken into safekeeping.
On various projects Newhall Land has undertaken over the years, the company has come across Indian farming tools, pestles and other items it has turned over for safekeeping, she said.
After one such admission, he got up early the next morning and went hunting around Ravenna's cemeteries, in one of which he found a plaque on a wall saying that Dante's remains had been transferred there for safekeeping during the war.