non-discretionary

non-discretionary

adjective A generic UK term referring to an expenditure which is not subject to a cash limit, mainly “demand led”—e.g., primary health services, including remuneration of GPs, fees for general dental and ophthalmic services, dispensing remuneration and income from dental and prescription charges.
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The Lawmaker stressed the dire need to stick to unity of standards and non-discretionary approach in tackling topics in media outlets, calling for the development of investigative journalism in Lebanon.
As of June 30, 2017, total combined assets including model advisement, discretionary, and non-discretionary were approximately USD 8 billion.
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Only securities portfolios for which the advisor provides "continuous and regular supervisory or management services" count toward RAUM, but advisors that do so on a discretionary basis have a lower burden to overcome than non-discretionary advisors.
The scope of equity research from Deutsche Bank's research hub for emerging markets in the DIFC has increased and now covers Banks, Oil & Gas, Telecom, Media, Metals & Mining, Utilities, Healthcare, Consumer Discretionary, Consumer Non-Discretionary, Transport, Chemicals and Real Estate sectors, in addition to existing coverage of equity markets across the Middle East and North Africa region.
Previous studies have shown that both non-discretionary (mandatory) and discretionary (voluntary) news releases by companies can increase liquidity, firm value, and share prices, and they have also explored the roles of CEOs in publicly distributing company information.