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Health privacy The release or divulgence of information by an entity to persons or organisations outside of that entity
Research ethics A formal statement about a person’s or institution’s financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity

disclosure

Research ethics A formal statement about a person's or institution's financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity. See Conflict of interest, Nondisclosure, Self-disclosure.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.
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Whereas, risk management disclosure is the act of revealing information on risk and its management processes being it statutory or voluntary via the published annual accounts and reports of a company.
* Do members of the disclosure committee understand the company's disclosure obligations, i.e., the types of information that are required to be disclosed and materiality thresholds?
By product type, ICBC wealth management product information disclosure has covered all types of wealth management products for personal, private, corporate, pension fund and asset custody customers.
This is all the DOL has to say about it: "A plan administrator will not be liable for the completeness and accuracy of information used to satisfy these disclosure requirements when the plan administrator reasonably and in good faith relies on information received from or provided by a plan service provider or the issuer of a designated investment alternative."
Essa Kazim, Managing Director and CEO, DFM (PJSC) said, "The introduction of the eDisclosure solution reflects DFM's commitment to achieving the highest level of disclosure and transparency as one of the main pillars of any financial market in order to protect investor interests, provide a safe environment for investments and to further enhance integrity and equality for all investors.
Given that a universally accepted, objective standard for "full" disclosure doesn't exist, can we simply assume that more disclosure is always better than less disclosure?
Although Gladwell goes on to question whether the disclosure in Enron's public documents was adequate for a complete understanding of the transactions, the discussion concludes with an observation based on a research paper, "Rethinking the Disclosure Paradigm in a World of Complexity," authored by Steven Schwarcz, a professor at Duke Law School, which observes that increasing financial complexity has resulted in the traditional disclosure paradigm of "more is better" becoming an anachronism.
Starshenbaum ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 2005) refers to the middle phase of the group work as to the disclosure phase.
Third, the tutees will hopefully be more likely to expose themselves to the disclosure. I once had a business class in which the instructor had some great work experiences; however, she began each story with "When I was at Smith Company.
There are rules about how one must make e-disclosure, and how the UFOC or franchise disclosure document must be drafted to allow for e-disclosure.
The study was based on 36 in-depth interviews with recent mortgage customers and testing of disclosure forms with 819 mortgage customers.
Disclosure of confidential information to persons or entities outside the United States will require written client notification and permission, even if the information will be going to persons within the same firm.