CDAR

AcronymDefinition
CDARCustomer Dialed Account Recording
CDARCertificate of Deposit Account Registry
CDARCurrent Descriptor Address Register
CDARCollateral Duty Addictions Representative
CDARControlled Drug Administration Record
CDARClassified Document Accountability Register
CDARCytidine Deaminases that Act on RNA
CDARCertificate of Deposit Assessment Rate
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Optic nerve measurements by OCT included disc area, cup area, rim area, rim volume, cup volume, cup to disc area ratio (CDAR), horizontal cup to disc ratio (CDR), vertical CDR, RNFL thickness, superior hemisphere RNFL thickness, and inferior hemisphere RNFL thickness.
In 2002, the Kentucky DOC and the University of Kentucky CDAR convened a reentry workgroup to focus on the shared goal of enhancing treatment opportunities for substance-using offenders during the transition from prison to the community.
These data were captured from CDARS from 1 day before to 7 days after the CDI diagnosis date.
During the 12.5 years' period from 1 January 2004 to 30 June 2016, a total of 1918 patients had a registered diagnosis of thyrotoxicosis via CDARS search in the Department of Medicine and Geriatrics in Caritas Medical Centre.
And we are pleased to offer full FDIC insurance coverage on your CD investments through the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service (CDARS).
When a large deposit is placed with a member of CDARS, that institution uses the network to place funds into CDs issued by banks.
Say you want to put $2 million in CDs in one of the 2,800 CDARS participating banks.
With consumer confidence in financial institutions shaken, customers can have some peace of mind by depositing savings with banks participating in the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Services (CDARS) Network.
Stephens instituted the CDARS program, which insures tip to $25 million in certificates of deposit by placing a client's funds among a group of unaffiliated banks.
Through a relatively new service called the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service, or CDARS, banks can offer their customers up to $5 million in federal deposit insurance coverage on deposits placed through one bank.
Wholesale deposits were down USD 12.1m, or 38%, as of March 31, 2017, as compared to March 31, 2016, reflecting a decrease of USD 9.8m in CDARS deposits and USD 2.3m in brokered deposits.
Additionally, participation in the Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service (CDARS) allows the bank to offer full FDIC insurance coverage on CD investments.