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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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2008 Morford Memo states that monitorships should not be used "to
Memo, monitorships are typically used to ensure the company has
174) Most monitorships in place as of the publication
three additional monitorships have been imposed on companies through
177) There is no indication why these monitorships (all
agreements (including SEC agreements), we place the monitorships along a
If the government continues its use of monitorships,
fairly small community of lawyers, SEC or FINRA monitorships and
221) A separate review of 25 monitorships found that "at least 17
228) All three of the monitorships entered into since
That monitor speculated that some other monitorships might be
developing work plans and starting monitorships of their own.