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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-regulatoryself-reguˈlatory / $ ˌ. ˈ...../ (also self-regulating) adjective  CONTROLa self-regulatory system, industry, or organization is one that controls itself, rather than having an independent organization or laws to make sure that rules are obeyedself-regulation noun [uncountable]
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self-regulatoryEqually, much financial services regulation prior to the eighties was self-regulatory.This may herald a move to a less self-regulatory approach to supervision of the financial services industry.It could be argued that this is far more likely to occur to a self-regulatory body than to a statutory body.Under the Financial Services Act, each self-regulatory organisation must have in place a system for dealing with consumer complaints.It is important to recognize that intellectual development is a self-regulatory process.It is important to discuss whether the self-regulatory regime has increased the level of either.
From Longman Business Dictionaryself-regulatoryˌself-ˈregulatory adjective (also self-regulating, self-policing) a self-regulatory organization or industry sets its own standards and makes sure that its members obey the law, rather than being controlled by an independent organizationCreating a new self-regulatory organisation will bring substantial advantages in terms of increased investor protection.The NFA is theself-regulatory body for the futures industry.The commodities industry’sself-policing agency is considering raising its fees to members.self-regulation noun [uncountable]Germany needs more market controls to replace its system of self-regulation based on a voluntary code.
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