1. A report from one party to another informing them of an occurrence with regard to some business transaction: a shipment, a collection, a manufacture etc.etc. 2. A notification by an advising bank on behalf of the issuing bank to a beneficiary informing them of the terms of a letter of credit
A note advising a customer that a transaction has been debited or credited into his account.
Tips and instruction given on the golf course. While well meaning and intended to improve your game, the best advise is "never take advise from an amateur". If you need help improving your game, or your mental health, seek a professional opinion.
recommendation - what one should do in a certain situation it was very likely that the plaintiff would rely on that advice or information in making his investment. advise (vb); (under) advisement (n)
Guidance and/or recommendation such as advising specific investment asset allocations based on age and circumstances.
Personal securities recommendations or general securities advice. The giving of advice is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). ASIC has issued policy statements that provide detailed definitions and guidance.
banking/letters of credit) The forwarding of a letter of credit, or an amendment to a letter of credit to the seller, by the advising bank (seller's bank).
a bank's written acknowledgement of a transaction
A form of letter that relates or acknowledges a certain activity or result with regard to a customer's relations with a bank.
A written acknowledgment by a bank of a transaction affecting an account. Examples: Debit Advice & Credit Advice
Where an authorised adviser looks at your individual circumstances and advises on suitable products for your financial needs.
A term used in letter of credit transactions referring to the written notification of the letter of credit terms and conditions. This notification is addressed to the beneficiary (seller) by an advising bank.
the credit union's written acknowledgment to its members of a debit or credit transaction affecting that member's account