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What does it mean when an ‘investment’ is defined as ‘a financial transaction’?

The definition of an investment has been hotly contested.

A lot of people would prefer to define a transaction as a ‘financial transaction’ rather than a ‘commercial bank’ as it has a greater chance of generating profit.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has been trying to define ‘investments’ in relation to commercial banks since 2013, when it published its Draft Investment Banking Regulations (DBIR) in July.

However, the definition of investment is still being debated.

The proposed regulations, if passed, would allow investment companies to apply for a banking licence and could extend their licence to commercial bank branches.

The ASIC’s definition of a commercial banking licence would allow a bank to make ‘non-monetary, non-banking financial transactions’ in a business, including loans, deposits, transfers and interest.

Commercial bank branches are a part of the banking sector.

They are the financial institutions that lend money to businesses and other people, for example, a restaurant or a restaurant hire company.

They include companies that can make loans, and can make non-monetary, non‑banking transactions as well.

The DBIR proposed that a commercial banker must have ‘a business of providing services, financial services and other commercial goods or services, to persons, for compensation, for consideration, for profit, for a period of one year’.

Under the proposed definition, an investment company can be defined as providing ‘services to the public, in a manner that is of a nature and amount that are consistent with a commercial purpose and reasonably incidental to the conduct of the business of the company’.

The proposal also specifies that an investment bank’s activities must be ‘reasonably incidental’ to the business activities of the bank.

The proposal defines ‘reasonableness’ as ‘reason for the purpose of avoiding, minimising or minimising an interference with the exercise of a person’s statutory rights’.

However, ASIC has argued that the definition is too vague.

It has argued the definition must be limited to the activities of a bank that do not fall under its jurisdiction.

The regulator is currently studying the proposed rules and it could come back with a draft definition soon.

The definition could be a significant change for investment companies in the banking industry, which have traditionally been exempted from the definition.

However it has not been easy to define an investment.

Banks have traditionally made money by selling stock, and the stock has to be bought by a bank before it can be sold.

However investment companies are not usually allowed to make payments to their customers.

Banks also have to sell their assets and pay for them with cash.

Investors and business owners are sometimes called the ‘customers’ of a business.

The term ‘customer’ is also used to describe other individuals and groups, including investors, business owners and creditors.

The idea is that an individual or business will pay the bank for a transaction, and then the bank will make a profit for them.

In the meantime, the bank is required to maintain a profit and invest it.

Under the proposal, an investor or business owner would be able to transfer money to an investment account without having to do a transaction.

The process could be as simple as exchanging a number for a credit card or debit card, and this process could take minutes.

The investment would then be transferred to the investor’s account, with the proceeds going to the customer.

A bank can only make an investment if it receives the investment and it is in the interests of the customer to do so.

For example, if a customer pays for a business or an investment in an investment, the customer may pay for a service from the bank and the bank may make a financial profit for the bank, and a bank can profit if it makes profits from the services.

However the proposal also makes the requirement that the investor or a business owner transfer money from an investment to an account that the bank holds an investment for, rather than an account held for the investor.

This is a major change to the definition in relation the investment business.

In previous definitions, it was not clear whether the term ‘investor’ included an individual who was an investor in an investor’s business or whether it meant an individual with the ability to invest.

This definition could also be interpreted as allowing an investment corporation to make loans and invest in other financial assets.

For some investors, an interest in an asset that can be bought with money, such as stocks, is an investment asset.

This would allow the corporation to do business with people or businesses that are willing to invest in a particular asset.

The company would then pay for the loan with the loan.

This could include paying for the stock of the asset or the asset itself.

Under this definition, the investment would be a loan and the person who owns the asset would be paid for the money he or she has lent to the corporation.

A large number of investment companies have started to apply to the ASIC for an investment banking licence in recent