Committee On Uniform Securities Identification Procedures Number

From Open Risk Manual

Definition

Committee On Uniform Securities Identification Procedures Number (CUSIP). It is Nine-character alphanumeric number that identifies all North American stocks and registered bonds for the purposes of facilitating clearing and settlement of trades.

It is issued by CUSIP Global Services on behalf of the American Bankers' Association, which is a part of Standard and Poor's Capital IQ, that is the National Numbering Agency Identifier for securities issued in North America, which is also part of the ISIN for the security it identifies

Synonyms

  • CUSIP Number

See Also

  • Barron's Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms, Ninth Edition, 2014

Disclaimer

This entry annotates a FIBO Ontology Class. FIBO is a trademark and the FIBO Ontology is copyright of the EDM Council, released under the MIT Open Source License. There is no guarantee that the content of this page will remain aligned with, or correctly interprets, the concepts covered by the FIBO ontology.

Contributors to this article

» Wiki admin