Subpart A General Information
Subpart B Registration
Subpart C Limitations On Annual Purchases
Subpart D Limitations On Transfer or Pledge
Subpart E Judicial Proceedings
Subpart F Relief for Loss, Theft, Destruction, Mutilation, Defacement, or Nonreceipt of Bonds
Subpart G General Provisions for Payment
Subpart H Reissue and Denominational Exchange
Subpart I Certifying Officers
Subpart J Minors, Incompetents, Aged Persons, Absentees, Et Al.
Subpart K Deceased Owner, Coowner or Beneficiary
Subpart L Fiduciaries
Subpart M Escheat and Unclaimed Property Claims by States
Subpart N Miscellaneous Provisions

Terms Used In CFR > Title 31 > Subtitle B > Chapter II > Subchapter A > Part 360

  • Aggregate net credit exposure: means the sum of all net credit exposures of a covered company and all of its subsidiaries to a single counterparty as calculated under this subpart. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Aggregate net credit exposure: means the sum of all net credit exposures of a covered foreign entity and all of its subsidiaries to a single counterparty as calculated under this subpart. See 31 CFR 360.92
  • Book-entry bond: means a savings bond maintained by Treasury in electronic or paperless form as a computer record. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Counterparty: means with respect to a credit transaction:

    (1) With respect to a natural person, the natural person, and, if the credit exposure of the covered foreign entity to such natural person exceeds 5 percent of its capital stock and surplus in the case of a U. See 31 CFR 360.92

  • Derivative transaction: means any transaction that is a contract, agreement, swap, warrant, note, or option that is based, in whole or in part, on the value of, any interest in, or any quantitative measure or the occurrence of any event relating to, one or more commodities, securities, currencies, interest or other rates, indices, or other assets. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Eligible collateral: means collateral in which, notwithstanding the prior security interest of any custodial agent, the covered company has a perfected, first priority security interest (or the legal equivalent thereof, if outside of the United States), with the exception of cash on deposit, and is in the form of:

    (1) Cash on deposit with the covered company or a subsidiary of the covered company (including cash in foreign currency or U. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Eligible credit derivative: means a single-name credit derivative or a standard, non-tranched index credit derivative, provided that:

    (1) The contract meets the requirements of an eligible guarantee and has been confirmed by the protection purchaser and the protection provider. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Eligible equity derivative: means an equity derivative, provided that:

    (1) The derivative contract has been confirmed by all relevant parties. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Exempt counterparty: means an entity that is identified as exempt from the requirements of this subpart under §252. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Incompetent: means an individual who is incapable of handling his or her business affairs because of a legal, mental or medical disability, except that a minor is not an incompetent solely because of age. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Intraday credit exposure: means credit exposure of a covered company to a counterparty that by its terms is to be repaid, sold, or terminated by the end of its business day in the United States. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Issuing agent: means an organization that has been qualified under the provisions of Department of the Treasury Circular, Fiscal Service Series No. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Major counterparty: means any counterparty that is or includes:

    (1) A major covered company. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Maturity: The mortgage shall have a term of not more than 30 years from the date of the beginning of amortization. See 24 CFR 203.17
  • Paying agent: means a financial institution that has been qualified under the provisions of Department of the Treasury Circular No. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Payment: means redemption, unless otherwise indicated by the context. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Payments: The mortgage shall:

    (1) Come due on the first of the month. See 24 CFR 203.17

  • Person: means a legal entity including an individual or fiduciary estate. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Registration: means that the names of all persons named on the bond and the taxpayer identification number (TIN) of the owner, first-named coowner, or purchaser of a gift bond are maintained on our records. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Reissue: means the cancellation and retirement of a bond and the issuance of a new bond or bonds of the same series, same issue date, and same total face amount. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Securities financing transaction: means any repurchase agreement, reverse repurchase agreement, securities borrowing transaction, or securities lending transaction. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Short sale: means any sale of a security which the seller does not own or any sale which is consummated by the delivery of a security borrowed by, or for the account of, the seller. See 31 CFR 360.20
  • Subsidiary: A company is a subsidiary of another company if:

    (1) The company is consolidated by the other company under applicable accounting standards. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Substitute bond: means a bond or book-entry bond issued as a result of a claim or application for relief under subpart F of this part. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Surrender: means the actual receipt of a definitive bond with an appropriate request for payment or reissue by either a Federal Reserve Bank or Branch or the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, or, if a paying agent is authorized to handle the transaction, the actual receipt of the definitive bond and the request for payment by the paying agent. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Taxpayer Identifying Number: means a social security account number or an employer identification number. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Total consolidated assets: A company's total consolidated assets are determined based on:

    (1) The average of the bank holding company's total consolidated assets in the four most recent consecutive quarters as reported quarterly on the FR Y-9C. See 31 CFR 360.20

  • Total consolidated assets: (1) A foreign banking organization's total consolidated assets are determined based on:

    (i) The average of the foreign banking organization's total consolidated assets in the four most recent consecutive quarters as reported quarterly on the FR Y-7Q. See 31 CFR 360.92

  • Voluntary guardian: means an individual who is recognized as authorized to act for an incompetent, as provided by §360. See 31 CFR 360.2
  • Voluntary representative: means the person qualified by the Department of the Treasury to request payment or distribution of a decedent's savings bonds pursuant to §360. See 31 CFR 360.2