23A

AcronymDefinition
23ATwenty Third Amendment
References in periodicals archive ?
While at the time 23A did not specifically restrict a bank's purchase of loans from its affiliate, the statute defined "extensions of credit" to an affiliate, which were restricted, to include a bank's "discount of promissory notes" held by its affiliate.
In completing the initial phase of 23A transactions, the company transferred $5.
Visitors to Alton Towers who are usually directed off the motorway at junction 23A will be advised to exit at junction 19 and use the M6.
Also, for the purposes of sections 23A and 23B, the definition of affiliate was further clarified and expanded based upon the provisions of the Board's Regulation W.
If amounts requested under TLGP and 23A transfers are not approved or significantly less than anticipated, near-term pressure on the holding company's liquidity is likely.
Areas easterly of 23A and westerly of IMA 27 are being blasted to provide new drill sites.
Regulation W (effective April 1, 2003) applies to transactions with affiliates under the statutory provisions of sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act.
The Federal Reserve Board on November 27, 2002, announced publication of a final Regulation W (Transactions between Banks and Their Affiliates) that comprehensively implements sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act.
Both ViXS (Hall 26A, Booth 108) and Profilo (Hall 23A, Booth 108) will showcase several wireless TV products in their booths during the 2005 IFA Electronics Show, September 2-7 in Berlin.
The Federal Reserve Board on October 31, 2002, decided to issue a final Regulation W (Transactions between Banks and Their Affiliates) that comprehensively implements sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act.
The tanker's container, which was carrying dairy products, came away from the cab and crashed through the barriers at 6am yesterday, landing near a road below the M4 in Newport between Junctions 23A and 24.
Several new interim and final rules, exemptions, and interpretations are discussed that pertain to the limitations imposed on intercompany transactions by sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act.