Technical regulationA requirement of characteristics (such as dimensions, quality, performance, or safety) that a product must meet in order to be sold on a country's market. See standards.
Regulation ARegulation A
An exemption from the Securities Act of 1933 that exempts small public offerings, valued at less than $1.5MM from most registration requirements with the SEC.
Regulation TRegulation T
In the US, this refers to the federal regulation governing the amount of credit that may be advanced by brokers and dealers to customers for the purchase of securities.
Regulation MRegulation M
Federal Reserve Board regulation that currently requires member banks to hold reserves against their net borrowings from their foreign branches over a 28-day averaging period. Reg M has also required member banks to hold reserves against Eurodollars lent by their foreign branches to domestic corporations for domestic purposes.
Regulation QRegulation Q
Federal Reserve Board regulation imposing caps on the rates that banks may pay on savings and time deposits. Currently time deposits with a denomination of $100,000 or more are exempt from Reg Q.
Regulation URegulation U
Federal Reserve Board limit on how much credit a bank can allow a customer for the purchase and carrying of margin securities.
Further SuggestionsRegulation T
Sanitary and phytosanitary regulations
Regulation FD (fair disclosure)
Regulation T Calls
Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act