American Depository Receipt Ratio

The financial definition for American Depository Receipt Ratio:

The number of ordinary shares into which an ADR can be converted.

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American Depository Receipt Fees

American Depository Receipt Fees
Fees associated with the creating or releasing of ADRs from ordinary shares, charged by the commercial banks with correspondent banks in the international sites.

American Depository Share (ADS)

American Depository Share (ADS)
Foreign stock issued in the US and registered in the ADR system.

Depository institution

Depository institution
A financial institution that obtains its funds mainly through deposits from the public. This includes commercial banks, savings and loan associations, savings banks and credit unions. Although historically they have broadened their powers in recent years. For example, NOW accounts, credit union share drafts and other services similar to checking accounts may be offered by thrift institutions.

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