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branch·ing

(branch'ing),
Dividing into parts; sending out offshoots; bifurcating.
Synonym(s): ramose, ramous
[Fr. branche, related to L. branchium, arm]

branching

adjective Separating or dividing into branches.

branch·ing

(branch'ing)
Dividing into parts; sending out offshoots; bifurcating.
[Fr. branche, related to L. branchium, arm]
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In the TAM, the IRS took the unusual step of addressing additional issues that were rendered moot by the conclusion that the branching rights did not have an FMV basis under Sec.
Our decision to participate in the FSCC shared branching network will give new meaning to the word convenience at UMassFive.
We've been looking forward to the opportunity to bring shared branching services to Rhode Island, and this is just the beginning.
The evidence from virtually all of the limited number of studies that compare interstate banking to branching suggests that, on average, both delivery systems have about the same cost structure.
Such requirements could also encourage foreign authorities to enact similar restrictions on branching activities by foreign banks, including U.
Participating credit unions currently have access to 1,620 shared branching facilities in the United States and internationally in Germany, Guam, South Korea, Italy, Puerto Rico, and Japan.
According to Sarah Canepa Bang, FSCC CEO, "The addition of Maine further enhances our commitment to grow shared branching on the East Coast.
By joining the FSCC shared branching network, each credit union's members are able to conduct financial transactions with their own institutions at the branches of other participating credit unions.
In-store branching enables EECU to better focus on members' needs and offer exceptional service.
In-store branching will allow Triangle to continue growing and expanding within the community.