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Financial terms in "Compliance and Governance"

1. Delisting

2. Proxy vote

3. regulation

4. Financial Services Act

5. Regulation D

6. Regulation S-X

7. Cumulative voting

8. OMB

9. company registrar

10. Registrar

11. UGMA

12. Statutory voting

13. Watchdog

14. Registration Statement

15. directorate

16. associate director

17. National Association of Securities Dealers

18. Minority interest

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20. corporate resolution

21. FIMBRA

22. Ordinary Resolution

23. Office Of Fair Trading

24. National Credit Union Administration

25. CEO

26. general meeting

27. Statement of Financial Accounting Standards

28. Annual report

29. Monopolies and Mergers Commission

30. Annual General Meeting

31. Securities and Exchange Commission

32. Regulation T

33. Suitability rules

34. SEC

35. Financial Services Authority

36. Bylaws

37. MD

38. corporate governance

39. executive officer

40. Personal Investment Authority

41. compliance department

42. Special Resolution

43. co-director

44. CFTC

45. NASD

46. Companies Registration Office

47. Companies House

48. Securities and Futures Authority

49. chairman's report

50. Quorum

51. Board of Directors

52. general undertaking

53. Rule 144

54. boardroom

55. compliance

56. FSA

57. regulatory agency

58. Building Societies Ombudsman

59. Resolution

60. proxy form

61. Commodity Futures Trading Commission

62. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

63. Compliance Officer

64. Options Clearing Corporation

65. Proxy

66. Uniform Commercial Code

67. chief executive

68. Articles of incorporation

69. BaFin

70. CUSIP

71. Regulation Z

72. registration fee

73. minutes

74. Annual meeting

75. Ex Officio

76. CH

77. directors' report

78. Executive Director

79. Registered Company

80. SC

81. FINRA

82. corporate planning

83. control

84. Securities and Investments Board

85. prudential ratio

86. Proxy statement

87. Outside director

88. NAIC

89. self-regulation

90. Statements of Standard Accounting Practice

91. Chief Executive Officer

92. Serious Fraud Office

93. Takeover Panel

94. Office of Thrift Supervision

95. deregulation

96. Office of Management and Budget

97. Disclosure

98. Trade Descriptions Act

99. Uniform transfers to minors act

100. Investment Management Regulatory Organisation

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Preapproval

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When you're preapproved for a mortgage, the lender guarantees in advance the maximum you can borrow, provided your financial situation doesn't change before you find a home. You'll need to fill out a mortgage application with the lender to be preapproved, as well as provide verification of a regular source of income and authorize a credit check. Then the lender provides a letter confirming how much you'll be able to borrow. The preapproval process usually takes a week or two, but it may take only a few minutes if you apply for a mortgage online. Some, but not all, lenders charge a fee for preapproval.Preapproval is not a binding commitment for either the buyer or lender, but it can give you a competitive advantage. You know in advance how much you can afford, and sellers are confident your mortgage application won't be turned down. Plus, it can speed the process of closing the sale. If you're a first-time homebuyer or you're self-employed, it may be a good idea to consider getting preapproved.

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