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The Federal Reserve Board announced on July 6, 2005, the issuance of a consent order of assessment of a civil money penalty against the Frontier Bank, Everett, Washington, a state member bank.
263(a)-5(a) provides that debt issuance costs are costs incurred by an issuer of debt (i.
Commercial-paper issuance is actually the last step in a process that begins with cash forecasting.
CHASEseries is a multiple tranche series that consists of class A, B, and C notes, with subclasses that may be offered independently and have differing terms, issuance dates, and maturities.
The individuals, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the Order to resolve allegations that they violated the Change in Bank Control Act and an order issued under the Change in Bank Control Act by the Board of Governors in connection with their acquisition of beneficial ownership of shares of the bank.
No employee becomes a 5% shareholder as a result of this issuance.
The innovative structure utilized by CCCIT allows for the sale of a single issuance series, which is a typical credit card A/B/C structure, as well as a multiple issuance series.
Fitch's debt ratings for B of A Issuance are aligned with those of its sponsor, and are based on BAC's guarantee as well as the requirement that B of A Issuance only invest in instruments of BAC and its affiliates.
The mall has exhibited positive performance since issuance.
Sectors experiencing year-over-year declines in issuance included, among others, building and materials, gaming, lodging & restaurants, retail, paper and forest products, consumer products, and insurance.
As of March 31, 2006, occupancy was unchanged since issuance at 99.
39x and occupancy is 100%, both unchanged from issuance.