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SRO

Abbreviation for:
Senior Responsible Owner, see there 
shortest region of overlap
single-room occupancy
State Review Officer
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In order to accelerate the development of the cooperative movement in the territory of the Novosibirsk region, an agreement was signed between the regional Ministry of Agriculture and the Russian self-regulating organization of the audit unions of agricultural cooperatives "Agrocontrol" Union.
The organizers of the Congress this year are the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, the Russian Self-Regulating Organization of Agricultural Cooperative Revision Unions, the Agrocontrol Union, the Self-Regulating Organization of Agricultural Cooperative Revision Unions Russia's Chayanov Union, the Federal Union of Agricultural Consumer Cooperatives, the Union of Rural Credit Cooperatives and the Association of Peasant (Farm) Farms and agricultural cooperatives of Russia.
He has also assisted numerous clients in responding to formal investigations and requests for data and analyses from regulatory entities such as the FTC, the SEC, offices of State Attorneys General, and self-regulating organizations such as FINRA and U.S.
Cybersecurity for self-regulating organizations (SROs) and larger, alternative trading systems were singled out by White, too, during the roundtable.
10 contemplates that responsibility for supervising and regulating the insurance company, securities firm, and insured bank would, as under current law, rest respectively with the relevant state insurance authorities, with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the securities self-regulating organizations, and with the appropriate state and federal bank supervisory agencies.