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RIA

abbr.
radioimmunoassay
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ria

(ˈriːə)
n
(Physical Geography) a long narrow inlet of the seacoast, being a former valley that was submerged by a rise in the level of the sea. Rias are found esp on the coasts of SW Ireland and NW Spain
[C19: from Spanish, from rio river]

RIA

abbreviation for
(Education) Royal Irish Academy
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A drowned river valley, forming a long, narrow, funnelshaped inlet at right angles to the sea.
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This is him untoe the sister of which I was uncle by marriage, as her name was Georgiana M'ria from her own mother, let him deny it if he can!"
Below are responses to questions about the RIAS and RIAS-2 and its applicability to modern assessment by Dr.
ADVISER QUESTION: I’m an RIA [registered investment adviser] who works with a few retirement plans, and I know what the DOL [Department of Labor] says about recommending rollovers, but most of my work is wealth management for individuals, including their IRAs [individual retirement accounts].
MLG Capital executives met one-on-one with RIAs throughout the United States, attended and hosted RIA events, and issued a written nationwide RIA survey to determine how the private real estate industry can better help RIAs meet their clients' needs.
MLG Capital has announcedthe results of its Registered Investment Advisor ("RIA") private real estate survey.
"Seeking to free themselves from their employers' new administrative burdens, breakaway advisors left wirehouses, IBDs and other companies to join less regulatory-laden RIAs, creating a short-term surge in early-year activity," according to DeVoe.
Cerulli focuses on the rapid asset growth among RIA consolidators that are capitalizing on the "fragmented marketplace" by acquiring or partnering with both new and existing RIAs.
New Delhi [India], November 17 ( ANI ): Rich Interaction Applications (RIAs) such as Google Hangouts, iMessage, and WhatsApp, as well as India-based applications such as Hike Messenger, JioChat Messenger, and Nimbuzz create a consumer surplus of USD 98 billion in India, equivalent to 4.3 per cent of India's GDP as of 2016, a report published by WIK, a German Research and Advisory Institute for Communications Services, and Broadband India Forum stated.
Fortunately, the OMB can--and often does--hold agencies accountable for deficient RIAs. But the OMB is not the optimal watchdog because it reports to the president and therefore is subject to political decisions that are not always consistent with objective analysis of regulatory effects.
See also: Fee-only RIAs still need to monitor fiduciary rule exposures