Series 66: Foreign Government Securities

Taken from our Series 66 - NASAA Uniform Combined State Law Exam

Definition of the term Foreign Government Securities...

securities (usually bonds) issued or guaranteed by a foreign government or its political subdivisions, with which the United States maintains diplomatic relations, as long as the security is recognized as a valid obligation by the issuer or guarantor.

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