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21 to 23A Birmingham Road in Sutton Coldfield, home of Quinto Lounge.
Sections 23A and 23B, incorporated into the Federal Reserve Act by Congress in 1933, are rules intended to limit the ability of a parent BHC and its nonbank affiliates' to extract safety net benefits from the BHC's subsidiary insured depository institutions.
Crews in a rapid response vehicle and an emergency ambulance attended the scene on the westbound carriageway between junctions 23 and 23A.
Sections 23A and 23B of the Federal Reserve Act prescribe firewalls and were enacted as amendments to the act in 1933 and 1987, respectively.
Police registered a case against the accused under Section 23A of Arms Ordinance for illegally keeping a weapon and lodged him in the lockup.
In Abergele, there will be further maintenance work at the Junction 23A on-slip road by Dundonald Avenue on June 24 to June 25 overnight from 6.
The FUW's new offices at 23A Chester Street is larger than the two-room premises in the same street the union previously used for nearly 30 years.
The new site reportedly improves coverage and capacity along Route 23A from Route 17 to Railroad Avenue, Route 296 from Beaches Corners Road to Route 23A and at the Hunter Mountain Ski Resort.
Donington Park is located next to Nottingham East Midlands Airport off junction 23A of the M1.
A bank should not (1) inappropriately place its resources and reputation at risk for the benefit of affiliated investment funds' investors and creditors; (2) violate the limits and requirements contained in Federal Reserve Act sections 23A and 23B and Regulation W, other applicable legal requirements, or any special supervisory condition imposed by the agencies; or (3) create an expectation that the bank will prop up the advised fund (or funds).
The property known as 23A, Abbey Road is essentially a two bedroom, town centre, first floor flat with a grocery and a restaurant among its nearest neighbours.