The Bond Market Association

(redirected from BMA)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

The Bond Market Association

Also called the BMA. A defunct trade association for investors in debt securities. Members of the Bond Market Association consisted of brokers, dealers, banks, and underwriters. The BMA set common practices for the industry, compiled statistics and other information, and lobbied governments. In 2006, the BMA formed the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association in a merger with the Securities Industry Association.
References in periodicals archive ?
The BMA has repeatedly said it will call off further action if the government puts a halt to plans to force junior doctors to work under a contract they have rejected because they don't believe it is good for the future of patient care or the profession.
Dr Ellen McCourt, chairman of the BMA's junior doctors' committee, said: "Patient safety remains doctors' primary concern which is why, following discussions with NHS England, the BMA has taken the decision to suspend next week's industrial action.
As BMA is an important procedure to diagnose a variety of benign and malignant haematological disorders.
The junior doctors striking at HRI and CRH joined thousands of colleagues taking part in the walk-out after negotiations between the BMA and the Government broke down.
The striking junior doctors have been poorly advised by the BMA and untold misery has been caused to thousands of patients in the process - the BMA should shelve further strike action immediately and continue with negotiations before the public loses whatever sympathy they have for this industrial dispute.
Following the same trend of leadership, BMA Minhaj Islamic Income Fund will offer a unique one of its kind scheme for investors who wish to
The BMA team is very sharp and focused on providing the best possible user experience to the attendees.
With regard to any therapeutic intervention the BMA correctly promotes avoidance of 'unnecessarily invasive procedures' yet the forced genital cutting of young boys for the religious or cultural preferences of their parents is represented as somehow a presumptive religious right of the boys' parents and not subject to the injunction on procedures carried out for 'therapeutic' reasons.
Malik, Chairman and CEO of BMA Capital said with his impressive track-record gained with major Pakistani institutions and his strong knowledge of the local and regional equity markets, Bilal is probably one of the most senior, experienced and respected professionals of the financial services industry in Pakistan.
BMA Capital Management Limited, Pakistan's premier financial services group, today announced that Bilal Athar, a leading capital markets expert has joined its management team as an Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Equities to boost BMA's equities business with institutional, international and retail clients.
The BMA has "major reservations" about the changes.
What is not so obvious, however, is the rapidly increasing complexity of the markets the BMA supervises: not just in regard to products and services but also with an eye on emerging issues challenging regulatory authorities around the world, especially in the United States.