The company I represent has several 100% subsidiaries. We want to conclude framework contracts with national suppliers that apply to all our subsidiaries because it is more efficient and because we get a price break with the increase in the overall business book. Do you think it would work if my company (which is the “holding” of the subsidiaries) concluded each framework contract with each supplier on behalf of itself and “all its subsidiaries 100%”, and as soon as orders have been placed under the framework contract (if specific needs arise), is the order issued by a given subsidiary? If appropriate, it would be sufficient to simply state that the framework contract is concluded in the name of “all its subsidiaries 100%”, or should we list each subsidiary (e.g.B. in an exposure to the agreement). Have you ever encountered this problem and, if so, how did you approach it? Agreement (this “Agreement”) of March [], 2011, by and between Aurora Bank FSB, a federal credit union, and BNC Mortgage LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“NBC”). This amendment, point 2, to the Intercompensive Services Agreement (`amendment`) is set at point 22. April 2019 (“Effective Date of Amendment”) between RiverSource Life Insurance Company, a Minnesota corporation, headquartered at 227 Ameriprise Financial Center, Minneapolis, MN 55474 (hereinafter referred to as “Company” and interned as “Company 10” for accounting purposes), Ameriprise Financial, Inc., with offices at 707 2nd Avenue South Minneapolis MN, 55474 (“AFI”) and Ameriprise India, LLP (formerly known as Ameriprise India Private Limited), a business unit registered in India with offices at Plot No. .