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 GRegulation G
Federal Reserve Board regulation of lenders other than commercial banks, brokers, or dealers that provide credit for the purchase of or carrying of securities. This regulation was discontinued by a 1998 amendment.
Regulation DRegulation D
There are two Regulation Ds. First, it refers to the exemption from the Securities Act of 1933 for Private Placements. These placements are exempt from registration and prospectus delivery requirements. Second, it refers to a Federal Reserve Board regulation that currently requires member banks to hold reserves against their net borrowings from foreign offices of other banks over a 28-day averaging period. Regulation D has been merged with Regulation M.
Mixing regulationMixing regulation
1. Specification of the proportion of domestically produced content in products sold on the domestic market. 2. Specification of an amount of domesticalliy produced product that must be bought by an importer for given quantities of imports, under a linking scheme.
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.
Bank regulationBank regulation
The formulationand issuance by authorized agencies of specific rules or regulations, under govering law, for the conduct and structure of banking.
Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act
Regulation T Calls
Regulation FD (fair disclosure)
Sanitary and phytosanitary regulations