identifiable bearer security


identifiable bearer security
(TPI)
Based on the French legal framework, it is a service in Euroclear France that allows an issuer of bearer securities to request and obtain a list of, all or part of, securities' holders registered on the custodians' books (from the French titre au porteur identifiable) . Certain holders declared by the custodians may have the status of registered intermediary.

Euroclear glossary. 2008.

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