CESR


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CESR

Abbreviation for:
Certificate of Eligibility of Specialist Registration (Medspeak-UK)
core environmental stress response
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MTNL plans to offer carrier-class services to government, enterprise customers and others through the CESRs. The state-run telecom operator plans to offer services such as Ethernet, leased lines and MPLS network access from 10 Mbps to 10Gbps.
Unlike CESR, it has the ability to impose supervisory decisions on financial institutions if no agreement can be reached at the national level.
On the CESR consultation, Lowe said, "As regards standardisation for exchange trading, the aim should be to ensure that these contracts are truly fungible as this will pave the way for future market development.
Countries having provisions under their current laws will begin to implement the disclosure rules, while other governments will wait until an EU-wide disclosure regime is in place, CESR said.
"If there are no significant differences between the third-country GAAP and IFRS (for example, because a convergence programme has reached a point where no material differences exist any more)," said CESR in its May 2007 report, "such GAAP may be deemed equivalent without the need for additional rectification disclosures."
CESR explains, for instance, what is meant by 'information likely to have a significant price affect'; and says when and how information should stay private or be released.
Two and a half years after the loss of the oil tanker Prestige, just 20% of compensation requests from France filed with the International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPC Funds) have now been settled, according to a report from the Aquitaine regional economic and social council (CESR).
In June 2001, the European Commission created the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR), which held its first meeting in Paris on September 11, 2002.
Spurred by the Ds (2317) announcement, researchers at Cornell University's CESR particle collider quickly reexamined past experimental data for evidence of the new particle.