Lead regulator

Lead regulator

A leading self-regulatory organization that over sees compliance with a particular section of the law, such as the NYSE, ASE, or NASDAQ.

Lead Regulator

A self-regulatory organization that assists government regulators in enforcing some aspects of trading law. Prominent examples include the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ.
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For Ecobank, we have a college of supervisors that meets annually, where all our regulators come to meet our lead regulator, which is the Central Bank of West Africa based in Dakar.
The Chamber of the Mines of the Philippines (COMP) said Lopez was unfit and unqualified to be the government's lead regulator in natural resource development.
They are the lead regulator, so you would have to direct all inquiries about the credit union to them.
Firstly the DIFC policies and regulations are broadly in line with international standards and the principles of the Prudential Regulation Authority in the UK, the current lead regulator of HSBC group.
As has been discussed above, RBM is the lead regulator for the
Moorhouse was previously Standard Chartered's lead regulator, but ceased having direct responsibility for the bank's supervision in 2009, a Standard Chartered spokeswoman said.
Leonardi, who sits on nine supervisory colleges, said that "to have a lead regulator that has ultra powers would be detrimental.
The Federation of Media Development Companies (FMDC), is based on Teesside and aims to be the lead regulator for firms offering services like web design and hosting, and enable them to sign up to a charter which proves that they are a reliable firm.
The aim of the FMDC is to be the lead regulator for businesses offering services like web design and hosting, and enable them to sign up to a charter which proves that they are a reliable firm.
California Commissioner Steven Poizner, the lead regulator on the case, said "the successful and efficient nature of this transaction is a testament to the value of state collaboration.
The Central Bank of the UAE has agreed to be the lead regulator of RAPID's payment services.
As per the MoU, CBUAE becomes the lead regulator for Real-time Automated Payments in DIFC (CyRapidCO).