accounting letter
Document completed by issuers in the French market. This document is used to notify Euroclear France of the details of a new balance that is to be created for an equity, government bond or corporate bond in the settlement system. The equivalent in the United Kingdom and Ireland is the Securities Application Form (SAF).

Euroclear glossary. 2008.

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