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FBF - Fédération Bancaire Française
Professional organisation created on 1 February 2001 which represents and defends the interests of the banking profession as a whole. See the website www.fbf.fr.
FCP - Mutual Fund
A UCITS that issues units but which, unlike a company – such as a SICAV (open-end investment company) – does not have a legal personality. An investor who purchases units becomes a member of a co-ownership of financial instruments but has no voting rights. The investor is not a shareholder. An FCP is represented by a management company, which provides administrative, financial and accounting management.
FGAP - Guarantee scheme for policyholders that protects against the failure of personal insurance companies
Guarantee scheme created in 1999 which is designed to protect the rights of policyholders, subscribers, members and beneficiaries of life insurance and capitalisation policies covering bodily injury in the event that an insurance company fails.
FGDR functional requirements
Document that provides all the information that the Member Institutions need to produce the SCV in accordance with the applicable and draft regulations.
Money used in the form of coins and notes (cash).
A financial crisis occurs when there is an imbalance between the real sphere (goods and services) and the financial sphere (banks and stock market) of the economy.
All securities including stocks, debt instruments (including bonds), units or shares of investment funds (see UCITS) and financial contracts.
System used by the FGDR member institutions to identify the eligibility, exclusion or “special cases” in the Single Customer View (SCV) file which they send annually for control purposes.