31 CFR 317.1 - Definitions.
(b) Federal Reserve Bank refers to the Federal Reserve Bank or Branch providing savings bond services to the district in which the issuing agent or the applicant organization is located. See § 317.9(a).
(c) Issuing agent refers to an organization that has been qualified by a designated Federal Reserve Bank or the Commissioner of the Bureau of the Public Debt to sell savings bonds. An issuing agent acts as an agent of the purchaser in handling the remittance. The definition encompasses:
(1) Each organization that accepts and processes purchase orders for bonds sold over-the-counter, but does not inscribe bonds, and
(d) Offering circular refers to Department of the Treasury Circular, Public Debt Series No. 1-80, current revision, for Series EE savings bonds, and to Department of the Treasury Circular, Public Debt Series No. 1-98 for Series I savings bonds.
(e) Organization means an entity, as described in § 317.2, that may qualify as an issuing agent of bonds.
Title 31 published on 2014-07-01
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