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self-regulatory

Definitions

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  • adjective That regulates without external control or monitoring

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Examples

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to consider an appeal that questioned whether the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and other so-called self-regulatory organizations are immune from private lawsuits.

    High Court Declines to Weigh In on Finra's Immunity

  • The Center for Digital Democracy is part of the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue, a coalition of U.S. and European Union consumer and public-interest groups that called the self-regulatory program "inadequate" in a September letter to the FTC, and the Article 29 Working Party, a group of privacy watchdogs from the EU's 27 nations.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Chairing the SEC we have Mary Schapiro, formerly head of FINRA, the investment banking industry's self-regulatory body, which stood by happily while all those AAA-rated securities were being sold, often by investment banks that were secretly betting they would fail.

    Charles Ferguson: Summers Down, Fifty Odd More to Go

  • Meanwhile, the securities industry's self-regulatory organization, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, is likely to impose by this summer a large fine against a brokerage firm for improperly selling reverse convertible notes, people familiar with the matter said.

    Complex Bond Faces Regulators' Scrutiny

  • Chairing the SEC we have Mary Schapiro, formerly head of FINRA, the investment banking industry's self-regulatory body, which stood by happily while all those AAA-rated securities were being sold, often by investment banks that were secretly betting they would fail.

    Charles Ferguson: Summers Down, Fifty Odd More to Go

  • Chairing the SEC we have Mary Schapiro, formerly head of FINRA, the investment banking industry's self-regulatory body, which stood by happily while all those AAA-rated securities were being sold, often by investment banks that were secretly betting they would fail.

    Charles Ferguson: Summers Down, Fifty Odd More to Go

  • The industry has been working to come up with a self-regulatory safety net that would stop a run against all funds if one or more failed, but its fail safe includes access to the Federal Reserve's discount window.

    Money-Market Mayhem

  • Chairing the SEC we have Mary Schapiro, formerly head of FINRA, the investment banking industry's self-regulatory body, which stood by happily while all those AAA-rated securities were being sold, often by investment banks that were secretly betting they would fail.

    Charles Ferguson: Summers Down, Fifty Odd More to Go

  • CME Group: The parent company of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and New York Mercantile Exchange has responsibility as a self-regulatory organization, overseen by the CFTC, to monitor MF Global's futures trading operation, including customers' accounts

    Regulators Enter the MF Fray

  • Chairing the SEC we have Mary Schapiro, formerly head of FINRA, the investment banking industry's self-regulatory body, which stood by happily while all those AAA-rated securities were being sold, often by investment banks that were secretly betting they would fail.

    Charles Ferguson: Summers Down, Fifty Odd More to Go

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