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regulatory authority

An official body that has the power to regulate a particular activity by reviewing submitted clinical data and conducting inspections.
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The Regulatory Authority focuses to bolster the attempts of Bedaya and develop its profile, boosting career improvement and planning by tapping into their set up networks in Doha.
We are equally committed to building a sustainable workforce through the employment and development of qualified Qataris who will shape the future of financial services in the country," said Eisa Abdulla, Chief Administrative Officer, QFC Regulatory Authority.
Further, as an approved individual who was subject to the Principles of Conduct for Approved Individuals, Deane committed contraventions in that she failed to act with integrity; and failed to deal with the QFC Regulatory Authority to provide information of which the QFC Regulatory Authority would reasonably expect notice.
However, Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Frankfurt will not regulate any internet undertaking for securities offers in no misconduct takes place within the regulatory jurisdictions of the country, particularly if the offer is not offered to the market participants of Germany and clearly shows no effects to the economy and the people of Germany.
However Recardo failed to pay the financial penalty, and the Regulatory Authority took action in court.
Portable Fund and Portable Revenue System (Portable) is not part of the QFC and it is not regulated by the QFC Regulatory Authority.
This action was taken because Ms Deane provided false and misleading information to the QFC Regulatory Authority.
Michael Ryan, Chief Executive Officer of the Regulatory Authority and Mr.
The public tender for 3G licenses in Lithuania was announced on November 17, 2005 and today the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has informed that Omnitel will be granted one of the three 3G-licenses.
The QFC Regulatory Authority has decided to publically censure International Financial Services (Qatar) LLC (IFSQ) after reaching a settlement agreement that addresses the QFC Regulatory Authority's serious concerns regarding the actions of a former approved individual of IFSQ and IFSQ's systems and controls in relation to that conduct.
No regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the informatio n contained in this news release.
These misrepresentations are a clear warning sign that the company should be avoided", said QFC Regulatory Authority CEO, Mr Michael Ryan.

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