The date by which an executed securities transaction must be settled, by paying...
The date when a completed order must be settled. For Regular-Way Delivery of stocks and bonds, three days after the trade was completed is the settlement date.
the agreed upon date for transferring funds, helps to determine available funds
The date by which you must pay for an investment, or your certificate must be delivered to us. For most investment, this is the second or the third business day after the date of the transaction.
The date agreed upon by the parties to a transaction for the payment of funds and the delivery of securities.
The day on which certificates or payments involved in a transaction are due at the purchaser's office.
The date on which the transactions between members of a stock exchange, done during a particular trading period, are settled by the delivery/receipt of shares.
The date a transaction is completed; the customer is debited or credited normally five business days after the trade date for corporations, the next day for governments.
The Settlement Date is the date on which you must pay for your securities (if you have purchased them), or the date on which you are paid (if you have sold them). This is often several days after your order to purchase or sell securities has been executed. Generally, you do not begin to earn interest on a bond that you have purchased or dividends on a stock until the Settlement Date.
Finalising of payment and taking possession.
The date on which an exchange of funds with respect to an entry is reflected on the books of the Federal Reserve Bank(s).
The day when a transaction is to be completed. On this day, the buyer is to pay and the seller is to deliver. Settlement is normally 3 business days on listed equities and 1 business day on listed options.
The date the merchant was funded by the bank for the deposit, it can be 5 days a week.
The date on which a buyer of securities must pay for a purchase or a seller must deliver the securities sold; for equity securities, settlement must be made on or before the third business day following the transaction date while settlement is same-day for many money market instruments.
The date on which the exchange of cash, securities, and paperwork involved in a transaction is completed.
Deadline for the completion of an executed order. The seller must deliver the securities that were sold and the buyer must deliver the cash by the settlement date. For trades of options that are listed and for government securities, the settlement date is the business day after the execution date. For securities sold on the New York Stock Exchange, the settlement date is three business days after the execution date.
The date the transaction is to be completed. On this date, the buyer is to pay and the seller is to deliver.
The date for payment and delivery of securities. Sinking Fun Money, either cash or an acceptable subsitiute, regulary set aside by the oligator at stated intervals to redeem all or part of its long-term debt as specified in the indenture. The creation of a sinking fund provides for an orderly amortization of a debt over the life of an issue.
The date that securities must be paid for.
The date of the delivery of and payment for a security.
The date on which an executed trade of securities must be paid for.
The day when a new owner takes possession of a property by paying in full by drawing down their loan.
The date on which the sale of the property is finalised; money and security changes hands and the new owner takes possession.
the date upon which the securities are delivered and paid for after being bought or sold. For stocks and bonds it is the 5th business day after the trade. For listed options and government securities, it is the next business day after the transaction
The date after a security has been traded on which the buyer must deliver cash to the seller and the seller must deliver the security to the buyer.
the three-day deadline after a trade, by which the client must pay for the buy or will receive funds from a sale
The date when a securities buyer must pay for a purchase or a seller must deliver the securities sold. Settlement must be made on or before the third business day following the transaction date in most cases.
Date by which a trade must be paid, based on instructions received by the transfer agent.
the date when the new owner makes a final payment and takes possession of a property.
The date on which securities delivery and payment are expected to complete a securities trade. The number of business days permitted between trade date and settlement date varies by type of security and by nature of the transaction.
The date at which payment is required for the purchase of securities and at which ownership of the security must be transferred. Settlement in the UK typically takes place five working days after the trade date (T+5). The settlement date in other leading equity markets is typically (T+3).
Date the purchase or liquidation settles; T + 3 (trade date plus three days) All purchases should be paid for in full by this date, and all securities must be available for delivery at this time. All shares must be registered in client's name, if paid for, at this time.
See "Maturity Date"
Specific date at which buyer is to take possession of property upon finalising payment.
the date on which money and securities change hands following a market transaction.
The date when payment occurs for settling a purchase or sale.
The date when payment for a wire-order purchase or a wire-order redemption is received. Funds purchased through a dealer firm are normally settled five business days after the trade date. Funds purchased directly by a shareholder settle on the day payment is received.
Date on which new owner finalises payment and takes possession
A date returned by the Acquiring Bank for each transaction denoting the date when the approved funds will be trasferred from the customer's account into the merchant's account.
Electronic payment Date on which an electronic payment is transferred from the taxpayer's bank account and is deposited into the Department's bank account. See Initiation date.
The date that any monies outstanding for deals placed needs to be paid by.
The delivery of a deed, signing of notes, and disbursement of funds necessary to consummate a real estate sale or loan transaction.
The date on which a buyer will pay for the bonds and the seller will deliver them.
The date on which payment is made to settle a trade.
The pre-agreed date on which any gold transaction must be settled.
the date on which the orderly exchange of monies and securities occurs following a purchase or sale. The settlement date on normal stock transaction is currently three business days following the trade date. Please Note: Settlement of stock option transactions are different from stock trades and may take an addition 2-4 business days to settle.
The date upon which foreign exchange contracts settle.
two business days following exercise. It is the day on which the currencies involved in the option transaction are exchanged
The date by which an executed order must be settled by the transference of instruments or currencies and funds between buyer and seller.
The date on which settlement is scheduled to occur. This date is used in price and interest calculations. Compare: TRADE DATE. See: DELIVERY DATE; SETTLEMENT.
The date by when a transaction must be completed, as determined by market rules.
In U.S. financial markets, an investor must pay for the purchase of shares by the third business day after he or she buys securities. And an investor must deliver an investment that he or she has sold by the third business day after the transaction.
Date by which an executed order must be settled, either by a buyer paying for the security with cash, or by a seller delivering the securities and receiving the proceeds of the sale. The settlement date for securities is three business days after a trade is executed.
The date on which you must pay for securities (if you have agreed to buy them) or the date on which you are due to be paid (if you are a seller). This is often several days after your order to purchase or sell securities has been executed. Generally, you do not begin to earn interest on a bond that you have purchased or dividends on a share until the settlement date.
The date by which an FX contract between two parties must be settled by the transference of funds between buyer and seller.
The day on which settlement occurs, the day that funds actually change hands as a result of an ACH entry.
The day on which settlement is scheduled to take place. In the Eurobond market, this is referred to as "value date"
This is the date sales or buys of securities must be settled. For stock, this is the third trading day after the purchase or sale. For options, this is the next trading day.
The date on which payment for a transaction must be made.
The date on which a security buyer must pay for his or her purchase, or a seller must deliver the securities he or she has sold. In Canada, investors have three days to pay for a purchase or, if selling, three days to turn in the securities certificate if it is in their possession.
Also called the delivery date, the designated date at which the parties to a futures contract must transact.
The date by which either cash (for a buyer) or a security (for a seller) must be delivered to complete a securities transaction.
This is the date on which you receive the funds from your loan. If your are purchasing a property (as opposed to refinancing), this is the date at which you will pay the vendor and take possession of the property. Payments of fees such as stamp duty and mortgage registration is also required on the settlement date.
It means the business day specified for delivery of the currencies bought and sold under a foreign exchange contract.
The date on which securities are delivered and the purchase price is paid. All transactions must be settled within three (3) business days.
The delivery date of a security and the payment of funds.
The date when a foreign exchange transaction is scheduled to mature.
date on which the new owner finalises payment and assumes possession
The business day by which you must pay for securities purchased or deliver securities sold.
Date of electronic funds transfer that determine the availability of funds.
The day you buy the property. Settlement is the same as closing, which is the same as delivery of the deed.
The date specified in a market for the periodical settlement of accounts by brokers.
The date specified for delivery of securities between securities firms, usually three business days after the execution of an order.
Date on which an executed order must settled. Buyers pay for securities with cas...
The day on which payment is due to complete a purchase or redemption.
The date on which Settlement takes place. Compare with Trade Date.
The date agreed upon by the parties to a transaction for the delivery of securities and payment of funds. This may vary from other bonds.
the date on which the parties to a securities transaction agree that settlement is to take place. The intended date is sometimes referred to as the contractual settlement date.
When a bond trade takes place, the buyer and seller agree on a date when the buyer will pay for the bonds and the seller will deliver the bonds. For municipal bonds and corporate bonds, the settlement date is typically 3 business days after the trade date. For Treasury and zero coupon bonds the settlement date is typically the next business day after the trade.
The date on which a contract is scheduled for delivery and payment. Spot settlement in the bullion market is two days after the bargain has been struck.
The date on which a securities transaction must be settled and payment made.
The date on which the final consummation of a securities transaction takes place and payment is made.
This is the date on which either payment (in the case of a purchase) or securities (in the case of a sale) are due to settle a trade. The current settlement period is three business days after the trade date for stocks and mutual funds and one business day after the trade date for options.
The date on which a securities transaction must be settled. Buy orders must be paid for in cash and sell orders must have securities in legal (good) delivery form presented to the new owner. In Australia, settlement of stocks occur five days after the transactions and bonds settle three business days after the trade was executed.
Date by which an executed order must be settled. Buyers pay for securities with cash, and sellers deliver certificates of sold securities.
The date on which a contract must be fully paid for and delivered.
It is the date of the financial satisfaction of a transaction. This satisfaction can include payment and delivery of securities. In recent years, there has been progress towards closing the gap between trade date and settlement date. Many back office systems are primarily focused on settlements whereas front office systems are primarily focused on trades or transactions.
The day, on which settlement occurs, e.g., funds actually change hands as a result of an ACH entry. Settlement Frequency The frequency with which the client is credited for his/her credit card deposits.
Date the fund processes an investor's transaction, typically the same day or the day after the Trade Date.
Date on which a securities transaction must be settled. Buy orders must be paid for in cash and sell orders must have securities in legal (good) delivery form presented to the new owner. REGULAR WAY SETTLEMENT of stock and bond transactions is three business days after the trade was executed. Listed options, government securities and mutual funds settle the next business day following the transaction. The brokerage firm representing the customer must settle on the specified settlement date whether or not the customer has paid the monies or delivered securities to the firm.
The date on which both parties of a transaction agree to deliver securities or pay cash.
Date in which ownership and funds are transferred between buyer and seller for a securities transaction.
Day when the exchange of cash or securities is completed, usually three days after the trade was executed.
The date upon which forex deals get settled.