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self-reg·u·lat·ing

(sĕlf′rĕg′yə-lā′tĭng)
adj.
1. Regulating oneself or itself.
2. Regulating itself automatically.

self′-reg·u·la′tion n.

self-regulation

n
(of a business, society, etc) the act of enforcing or upholding its own rules and laws without external agency of intervention
Translations

self-regulation

[ˌselfregjʊˈleɪʃən] Nautorregulación f
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As a self-regulation organization (SRO) in China, the membership of NAFMII includes policy banks, commercial banks, credit cooperative banks, insurance companies, securities houses, fund management companies, trust and investment companies, finance companies affiliated with corporations, credit rating agencies, accounting firms and companies in non-financial sectors.
Due to the activity that is being seen in the ILS European markets, industry expert Chris Cloke-Browne, speaker at the ILS New York conference and Managing Partner at Brave Partners, stated: "Now within the UK pensions, which is a huge set of assets and liabilities worth many trillions of pounds in the UK, you're starting to see a need for the pension funds and life insurers to hedge their longevity risk, and that's leading to the growth in the longevity swap marketO" The impact of Solvency II and the effect of self-regulation organizations on the industry is also discussed in the interview, available here.
Speaking to the activity that is being seen in the ILS European markets, industry expert Chris Cloke-Browne, speaker at the ILS New York City conference and Managing Partner at Brave Partners, stated: "Now within the UK pensions, which is a huge set of assets and liabilities worth many trillions of pounds in the UK, you're starting to see a need for the pension funds and life insurers to hedge their longevity risk, and that's leading to the growth in the longevity swap marketO" The impact of Solvency II and the effect of self-regulation organizations on the industry is also discussed in the interview, available here for review.