reinsurance companies, it makes sense that the most efficient regulatory
structure would involve harmonization among regulatory
systems to address international or cross-border reinsurance transactions.
These systems are usually not subject to corporations' standard controls, and are in fact usually not even tracked, either by IT departments or by the departments responsible for regulatory
They found that many people now living in Europe and eastern Africa possess three copies of the prodynorphin regulatory
sequence, whereas people in India and China usually possess two copies of that sequence.
Slowly, Tozzi and allies are laying the groundwork for a broader assault on the regulatory
For example, one regulatory
requirement for broker dealers is that they retain all electronic records on non-alterable and non-erasable types of media, such as WORM (write once read many) technology.
Crews' basement-floor estimate of regulatory
costs was $860 billion a year.
supervisors are still able to evaluate the true risk position of a bank through the examination process, the regulatory
minimum capital ratios of the larger banks are, as a result of capital arbitrage, becoming less meaningful.
One of the clear outcomes was that for regulatory
purposes a QSAR's predictive power and the prediction uncertainty must be reported along with the goodness of fit.
Many purchasers have learned about the importance of regulatory
approvals the hard way, after failing to follow procedures that are required by law.
75 TC 497 (1980), a case similar to FPL, involving a taxpayer subject to the Interstate Commerce Commission's (ICC's) regulatory
accounting rules on capitalization.
About a year after Congress passed UMRA, it passed the Small Business Regulatory
Enforcement Fairness Act.
The tactical retreat comes as Democratic opposition to changes in environmental laws is intensifying, the White House is claiming environmental protection as a central election issue, and one poll after another suggests that the public thinks the Republicans tried to take regulatory
changes too far.