cash on delivery
cash on delivery
- collecting the charges upon delivery
- The article will be sent cash on delivery.
- These costs include in particular the costs of the Logistics Centre related to the delivery of packages and cash-on-delivery items, the delivery and collection of express mail, telegrams, the costs of third-party services in the emptying of letter boxes, delivery of mail, non-addressed mail and forwarding and sorting services, the cost of domestic air transportation and third-party services.
- in 2006, they accounted for […] of PP’s total costs. These costs include in particular the costs of the Logistics Centre related to the delivery of packages and cash-on-delivery items, the delivery and collection of express mail, telegrams, the costs of third-party services in the emptying of letter boxes, delivery of mail, non-addressed mail and forwarding and sorting services, the cost of domestic air transportation and third-party services.
- In such a contract, the purchase or sale of an interest rate instrument, e.g. a bond, is agreed on the contract date to be delivered at a future date, at a given price. Usually no actual delivery takes place; the contract is normally closed out before the agreed maturity. Internal rate of return: the discount rate at which the accounting value of a security is equal to the present value of the future cash flow. Interest rate swap: a contractual agreement to exchange cash flows representing streams of periodic interest payments with a counterparty either in one currency or, in the case of cross-currency transactions, in two different currencies.
- The NGO may repay to the supplier, at his written request, certain additional incurred cash outlay costs, such as warehousing or insurance actually paid by the supplier, but excluding any administrative costs, which the NGO shall assess on the basis of appropriate supporting documents, provided a taking-over certificate or delivery certificate has been issued without reservations relating to the nature of the costs claimed, and in the event of:
- As part of its tasks in accordance with Articles 17, 18 and 22 of the Statute of the ESCB, the Eurosystem envisages that T2S will be a service based on a single platform allowing for core, neutral and borderless pan-European cash and securities settlement, which will be offered to CSDs to enable them to provide their customers with harmonised and commoditised delivery-versus-payment settlement services in central bank money in an integrated technical environment.
- ‘Long Settlement Transactions’ mean transactions where a counterparty undertakes to deliver a security, a commodity, or a foreign exchange amount against cash, other financial instruments, or commodities, or vice versa, at a settlement or delivery date that is contractually specified as more than the lower of the market standard for this particular transaction and five business days after the date on which the credit institution enters into the transaction.
- If there is objective evidence that an impairment loss has been incurred on an unquoted equity instrument that is not carried at fair value because its fair value cannot be reliably measured, or on a derivative asset that is linked to and must be settled by delivery of such an unquoted equity instrument, the amount of the impairment loss is measured as the difference between the carrying amount of the financial asset and the present value of estimated future cash flows discounted at the current market rate of return for a similar financial asset (see paragraph 46(c) and Appendix A paragraphs AG80 and AG81).
- ‘CIS 2’ means the system comprising: (i) the central database installed at the ECB to store all the relevant information on euro banknotes, euro coins, cash infrastructure and the BRF collected pursuant to this Guideline; (ii) the web-based online application which allows flexible configuration of the system and provides information on the data delivery and validation status, revisions and various types of reference data and system parameters; (iii) the reporting module for viewing and analysing the collected data; and (iv) the CIS 2 transmission mechanism;