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  • noun

Synonyms for agency

Synonyms for agency

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

a component of government that performs a given function

Synonyms for agency

an administrative unit of government

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the state of being in action or exerting power

the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent

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In fact, individual FILP agencies in general have tried to issue more FILP agency bonds, and the ratio of issuing FILP agency bonds over the size of their businesses has increased since FY 2001 (See Table 1).
So he says KCTCS leaders recommended issuing agency bonds for up to 75 percent of project costs.
FINRA found that Morgan Stanley failed to use reasonable diligence to ensure that the purchase or sale price to the customer was as favorable as possible under current market conditions in 116 customer transactions involving corporate and agency bonds.
A unique aspect of this defeasance was the use of Agency for International Development (AID) bonds that saved The Groves $100,000 on the cost of the defeasance compared to a portfolio of traditional agency bonds, such as Fannie Mac and Freddie Mac securities.
In addition, 24 public institutions under the program also plan to issue FILP agency bonds to raise 6,226.
Treasury and agency bonds amounted to only $151 billion--and this total includes private investment.
The success of these direct and quasi-government agencies spills over into many large businesses ancillary to the mortgage business--most notably the country's solid banking system by virtue of increased local home lending and investments in agency bonds sold by the Maes.
Core holdings might include a mix of quality municipal, government and agency bonds.
First, the issuance of zaito agency bonds, which is the key to successful zaito reform, may be disrupted.
Instead, Williams Capital works with more plain-vanilla financial instruments, such as corporate and agency bonds and securities on the fixed-income side.
You can also buy government agency bonds that have slightly higher yields--although these come with a small amount of risk.
Finra found that Morgan Stanley failed to use reasonable diligence to ensure that the purchase or sale price to the customer was as favourable as possible in 116 customer transactions involving corporate and agency bonds.
Fannie Mae will cover $143 million in tax-exempt NYS Housing Finance Agency bonds, plus an additional $10 million conventional taxable tail.
Much of the debt - including sewer service bonds, redevelopment agency bonds and Department of Water and Power bonds - is tied to dedicated sources of income.
12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new mixed-use development in Brooklyn, featuring 714-residential units and 57,700-square-feet of retail space, has been financed with $250 million of New York State Housing Finance Agency bonds backed with a letter of credit led by M&T Bank.