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The external sources of funding included: Apple, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, IBM, Texas A&M University and UH offices outside of NSM.

Since it’s creation in 2002, NSM-IT has assisted faculty with their research and academic projects as well as grant presentations.

• This letter needs to be signed by two authorised signatories of the issuer as commonly employed for the purposed of s44 of the Companies Act 2006.

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Step 3: Provide Morningstar with an authorisation letter (see question below) if you choose to be a Super User.

If you need a step-by-step guide to starting the requirement, please refer to this help file at

Please also include in the email the submission reference number if you submitted the document via the Issuer Upload Facility or attach the previous email if it was an email upload.

back to top Please first note that the NSM only displays documents related to securities in the Official List.

In the last seven years NSM-IT efforts have attracted over $700,000 in external funding for the College.

The funding provided equipment, application development and academic technologies that enhanced college-wide services for students, faculty and staff.back to top A template of the authorisation letter is available at: The requirement is as follows: • Print or hand-copy the letter using official paper with company letterhead.If the issuer company is not listed, though the documents will be stored in Morningstar's document library, they will not display on NSM page until they are actively listed in UKLA official list. User is able to search all announcements and documents via Issuer Company Name, Headline Type, or Effective Date (See question above for more information about Effective Date).back to top If you upload the document to Morningstar via Issuer Upload Facility, in order to make a guarantor's annual report available to public, you need to 1) select the Document Type as "Annual Report - Guarantor", and 2) link the document to the security issuer.The letterhead should match the issuer company that you are representing.

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