supervisory system


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supervisory system

[¦sü·pər¦vīz·ə·rē ′sis·təm]
(electricity)
A system of control, indicating, and telemetry devices which operates between the stations of an electric power distribution system, using a single common channel to transmit signals.
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Despite the prevalence of these transactions, Merrill's supervisory system was not reasonably designed to identify and evaluate extended settlement transactions for compliance with margin and net capital rules.
scans the environment determining the additional obstacles that are not covered in serving supervisory system and therefore was forced to change the way the movement.
Firms must have robust supervisory systems to monitor and protect the movement of customer funds," said Brad Bennett, FINRA's executive vice president and chief of enforcement, in a statement.
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It [the UAE] has an active legislative framework and a strong regulatory and supervisory system for supervision of banks, other financial institutions, economic and commercial institutions," Al Awadi said.
Controls can vary from panels that take their lead from a supervisory system to totally free-standing options with choice of PLC and communication protocols.
Rehn said, 'One element is the preparation of a new round of even more rigorous and even more comprehensive bank stress tests which is due to start in February next year and will be based on a new supervisory system taking effect in January.
ECO EIT (Efficiency Improvement Tool) is a new module for the EIT supervisory system which uses measurement equipment to record data about energy consumption for a machine, a zone, an entire line or the whole plant.
That it did is due to the inefficiency of the supervisory system set up by Gordon Brown when he first became Chancellor.
S Federal Reserve to overcome the global financial crisis and regulation currently before the Congress on a more supervisory system on the banking system.
To do so will send the worst message to the European Central Bank, to the International Monetary Fund, to the international financial organisations and to foreign investors, who will perceive any possible change in framework as a reductive move in our supervisory system and as political intervention in the independence of the Central bank.
THE supervisory system for managing bank crises needs to be overhauled and more responsibility given to the Bank of England, peers will say today.

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