Definitions for "Regulation D"
SEC rules concerning private placements and defining related concepts such as accredited investor.
Regulation D is a series of six rules, rules 501-506, which describe three transactional exemptions from the registration requirements under the Securities Act of 1933 for sales of Equity and Equity-Linked Securities to U.S.-based Investors.
an SEC regulation that governs private placements. Private placements are investment offerings for institutional and accredited individual investors but not for the general public. There is an exception that 35 nonaccredited investors can participate.
The Federal Reserve Regulation D places limits on how many transfers you can remotely make out of a savings account. There is a limit of 6 transfers per month (3 of which may be by check). Transfers can be made by phone, Internet PC Branch, and Money Market Account checks.
Regulation D (Reg-D) is defined as a transaction that is done without a member present at a branch or ATM location. This regulation limits you to six Reg-D transactions per month from each share savings account including your main share, money market, vacation and Christmas accounts. Reg-D transactions include: Call 24 transfers and withdrawals, FAIRWINDS Online transfers and withdrawals, overdraft protection transfers, transfers done over the phone with our member service line, and ACH withdrawals (Preauthorized debits). There is no limit to transfers or withdrawals done in person, by ATM, or those made from a checking account or line of credit loan.
Federal Reserve Board regulation defining types of deposits handled by institutions and explains how reserves are to be computed.
Regulation D is a regulation of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and is also a term for an investment strategy, mostly associated with hedge funds, based upon that regulation.