transaction record


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transaction record

[tran′sak·shən ‚rek·ərd]
(computer science)
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Therefore, the prudential regulation for MFBs has been strengthened to include clear instructions on the minimum period for retention of 'identification record' and 'transaction record' in line with national and international practices, as a step towards strengthening Anti-Money Laundering/Combating Financing Terrorism regulations for MFBs.
The integrity of business transaction records may be questionable, and individuals may become victims of identity theft or fraud.
When purchasing a firearm, each purchaser must complete the ATF Firearms Transaction Record, which provides the information licensees use to verify that an individual can legally buy a firearm and enables law enforcement officers to track firearm purchases.
There is no single, complete consumer transaction record to manage because the transaction may be spread over several connected systems -- CRM, order entry, warehousing, shipping, and accounting.
He also sought original documents, approval, meeting minutes and transaction record.
Customers who make deposits and withdrawals through Citibank's branch ATMs will find the new option on the transaction record screen.
"In our efforts to implement these provisions, ATF has found it necessary to make significant revisions to 'ATF Form 4473, Firearms Transaction Record Part I -- Over-the-Counter,'" said John P.
If it is not feasible to retain the transaction record with the follow-up process record, there must be a reliable method of cross-referencing the two.
He also sought original documents, approval, meeting minutes and transaction record. According to documents, one fire unit is worth Rs 1, 47, 500 and overall 650 units were purchased.
Examples of the necessary components of transaction record may include customers name (beneficiarys name), address, nature and date of transaction, type and amount of transaction, currency involved, type and identification of any account involved in the transaction.
Singapore-based Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) (SES:039) has clarified that its customers account balances have not been affected after some customers received multiple SMS alerts on duplicate transaction records.

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