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Financial terms in "Compliance and Governance"

1. Options Clearing Corporation

2. compliance department

3. MD

4. prudential ratio

5. Statutory voting

6. Annual meeting

7. Trade Descriptions Act

8. Executive Director

9. general meeting

10. control

11. deregulation

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13. Regulation S-X

14. Cumulative voting

15. Annual report

16. Uniform transfers to minors act

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21. directorate

22. corporate governance

23. Companies House

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27. Regulation T

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30. Annual General Meeting

31. executive officer

32. Resolution

33. co-director

34. Quorum

35. corporate resolution

36. chairman's report

37. Suitability rules

38. Chief Executive Officer

39. Registration Statement

40. Personal Investment Authority

41. associate director

42. Proxy vote

43. National Association of Securities Dealers

44. Securities and Investments Board

45. Rule 144

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48. Financial Services Act

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51. Monopolies and Mergers Commission

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57. Office of Management and Budget

58. FINRA

59. self-regulation

60. accountability

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63. Statement of Financial Accounting Standards

64. Ordinary Resolution

65. UCC

66. compliance

67. Serious Fraud Office

68. regulatory agency

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70. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

71. Statements of Standard Accounting Practice

72. CFTC

73. Ex Officio

74. Minority interest

75. Proxy statement

76. corporate planning

77. Regulation Z

78. Ombudsman

79. minutes

80. Securities and Exchange Commission

81. Office of Thrift Supervision

82. Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

83. Articles Of Association

84. Companies Registration Office

85. Financial Services Authority

86. Proxy

87. Bylaws

88. chief executive

89. SEC

90. Outside director

91. general undertaking

92. Takeover Panel

93. Securities and Futures Authority

94. Registered Company

95. Investment Management Regulatory Organisation

96. FSA

97. OMB

98. directors' report

99. NAIC

100. boardroom

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Broad-base Index

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An index whose purpose is to reveal the performance of the entire market, such as the s&p 500, Wilshire 5000, AMEX Major market index or value line composite index. Different broad-base indices have different approaches to ensuring that the index captures the entire breadth of market activity. The Wilshire 5000 takes the most all-inclusive approach by including all the stocks listed on the new york stock exchange and almost all the stocks listed on the NASDAQ and american stock exchange. The s&p 500 includes 500 companies that are together considered a good indicator for the US stock market, based on the industries the companies operate in, their positions within the industry, and their market capitalizations. The s&p 500 is a market-weighted index, so only 10% if its components make up about 75% of its value. The value line composite index takes an in between approach by tracking 1700 issues. The Value Line Composite is thought to be a better indicator of speculative stocks than of more stable stocks.

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