- n. Plural form of depositary.
“The critics say the version now being discussed by EU governments would raise the bar so high for non-EU fund managers, with respect to disclosure, leverage, the location of depositaries and other requirements, that it would effectively stop them from marketing inside the EU.”
“Several countries that don't have their own depositaries want to be able to use depositaries in other EU states, the Spanish government said.”
“Spain, which currently holds the EU's six-month rotating presidency, said representatives from the bloc's 27 member countries raised three main concerns at a meeting last week: the scope of the regulation, the use of depositaries and rules for funds based outside the EU.”
“Proposed rules for depositaries, which are the firms that hold funds 'assets, also are a concern for some EU countries.”
“The directive may also force private-equity firms to use depositaries and impose additional transparency requirements on private-equity firms.”
“A person familiar with the matter said Deutsche Boerse wants to see the integration of Moscow ' s market infrastructure and its two central depositaries before forming an alliance.”
“Isaac, etc., depositaries of Al – Islam, but with a succession restricted to their own families.”
“These judges were “the depositaries of the laws—the living oracles, who must decide in all cases of doubt, and who are bound by an oath to decide according to the law of the land.””
“The work was rewritten several times, and nowadays its hand-written copies are kept in many world depositaries.”
“Women, you know, are not safe depositaries of such valuable secrets.”
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