Decreto de , Art. 1 (en concordancia con la Ley de , Art. y Decreto de , Art. 16). Description The sums of. STAT. PUBLIC LAW –—NOV. 12, Sec. . Effective date. Subtitle B—Fraudulent Access to Financial Missing: ley | Must include: ley. La Ley Orgánica del Trabajo surgió como consecuencia de las importantes contradicciones surgidas con evolucionado desde evidencias de un agotamiento del modelo económico predominante y la Artículo
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Specific Commitment Regarding Portfolio Management Not later than four years following the entry into force of the Agreement, Colombia shall allow a financial institution organized either inside or outside its territory to provide the following services to a collective investment scheme located in the territory ley 510 de 1999 Colombia: Investment advice; and b.
Portfolio management services, excluding: Custodial services, unless they are related to managing a collective investment scheme; ii. Trustee services, but not excluding the holding in trust of investments by a collective investment scheme established as a trust; and iii.
Execution services, unless they are related to managing a collective investment scheme. This commitment is subject ley 510 de 1999 Article and to paragraph 3 of Article Adopt or maintain any measure relating to securities services that accords differential treatment to countries under any bilateral or multilateral international agreement in force or signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement; ii.
Adopt or maintain any measure relating to securities services that accords differential treatment to a country ley 510 de 1999 any future bilateral or multilateral international agreement.
For purposes of this commitment, collective investment scheme means: Ley 510 de 1999 mechanism or vehicle that takes or manages money or other assets contributed by more than one person, who can be identifiedonce the scheme is in operation, and is subject to collective management or administration in order to obtain a financial return for that group.
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For that purpose, Colombia may require that the capital assigned to the branches of banks of Canada in Colombia be effectively brought into Colombia and converted into local currency, in accordance with Colombian law.
The operations of branches of banks of Canada shall be limited by the capital assigned and brought into Colombia. For greater certainty, Colombia may choose how to regulate branches of banks of Canada, including their characteristics, structure, relationship to their parent company, capital requirements, technical reserves, and obligations regarding risk patrimony and their investments.
Footnote 9 Top of page 3. For greater certainty, Colombia may choose how to regulate branches of ley 510 de 1999 companies of Canada, including their characteristics, structure, relationship to their parent company, capital requirements, technical reserves Footnote 10 and obligations regarding risk patrimony ley 510 de 1999 their investments.
Footnote 11 Top of page 4. Specific Commitment Regarding Cross-Border Consumption of Insurance and Insurance-Related Services No later than four years following the entry into force of this Agreement, Colombia will ley 510 de 1999, in accordance with paragraph 2 of Articlepersons located in its territory, and its nationals wherever located, to purchase any insurance service Footnote 12 from cross-border financial service suppliers of Canada located in the ley 510 de 1999 of Canada or Colombia Footnote 13except for the following services: Those insurances services the purchase of which is mandatory under Colombian law; b.
All insurance services, when the policy holder, insured, or beneficiary is a Colombian government ministry, department, or agency entidad del Estado.
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Top of page 5. Extend the obligations of paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article to the supply, ley 510 de 1999 SAFPs that are financial institutions of Canada established in Colombia, of those activities and services described in subparagraph 3 a of Article that are not reserved ley 510 de 1999 supply by the government of Colombia, a public entity, or a financial institution; b.
Adopt or maintain no measure that imposes limitations on the number of SAFPs in the form of either numerical quotas or the requirements of an economic needs test, with respect to investors of Canada seeking to establish SAFPs to supply those activities and services referred to in paragraph 1; c.
No later than four years after entry into force of the Agreement, and subject to Articles and paragraph 3 of Articlepermit a financial ley 510 de 1999 organized under the laws of the Canada provide to an SAFP, with respect to those assets, if any, that are permitted under relevant Colombian law to be invested outside the territory of Colombia, i investment advice; ii execution services in fulfillment of instructions from the SAFP, to the extent required by and consistent with Colombian law; and iii custodial services, if applicable law does not permit those assets to be held within the territory of Colombia.
Footnote 16 Footnotes Footnote 1 For example, sociedades de responsabilidad limitada and sole proprietorships are generally not acceptable juridical forms for financial institutions established in Colombia.
Return to first footnote 2 referrer Footnote 3 A caution, under Colombian ley 510 de 1999, is a deposit of money made under court order — for example, by a civil defendant in return for the court lifting an injunction won by the plaintiff against certain assets of the defendant Return to first footnote 3 referrer Footnote 4 For greater certainty, and notwithstanding the location of this non-conforming measure within Section I, the Parties understand that the advantages or exclusive rights that a Party may grant to the specified entities are not limited only to the cited examples.
Return to first footnote 4 referrer Footnote 5 For greater clarity, the following measures, among others, currently limit juridical form for the establishment of financial institutions in the territory of Colombia: Footnote 9 The Parties understand that, for this purpose, Colombia may establish the following requirements, among others: Footnote 10 The Parties understand that, for this purpose, Colombia may establish the following requirements, among others: Footnote 11 The Parties understand that, for this purpose, Colombia may establish the following requirements, among others: Return to first footnote 11 referrer Footnote 12 For greater certainty, policies covered by subparagraphs a and b of the definition of financial service in Article are financial instruments, consistent with the meaning of financial instruments in paragraph 3 of Article Return to first footnote 12 referrer Footnote 13 For greater certainty, Colombia may, as permitted under paragraph 3 of Articlerequire cross- border financial service suppliers to provide information such as the aggregate value of premiums paid to them by persons resident in Colombia Return to first footnote 13 referrer Footnote 14 For greater certainty, the Parties understand that Colombia may, ley 510 de 1999 accordance with subparagraph d of Annex Return to first footnote 14 referrer Footnote 15 This commitment shall also apply with regard to any successor to SAFPs, in the context of the modification or adoption by Colombia of a privatized or partially privatized retirement plan or social security system.