In 2013, as the Supervisory Program
Officer for the newly established USAID mission to Burma, she developed and negotiated the first framework bi-lateral agreement governing all economic assistance to Burma in 24 years.
We do this too through the adoption of a robust and dynamic supervisory program
. This is to ensure that the entire industry remains resilient amid the growing threats that may erode public trust and confidence,' she said.
Second, it relies on various written materials describing the structure and goals of supervision at the New York Fed and in the Federal Reserve System, selected guidelines provided to supervisory staff, and Federal Reserve Supervisory and Regulation Letters (SR Letters) describing expectations and objectives of the Federal Reserve's supervisory program
for large, complex banking companies.
Since the initial stages of electronic banking in the Philippines, the BSP has put in place relevant regulatory framework and a robust and dynamic supervisory program
to guide and oversee supervised institutions' technology implementation.
Since its funding began in 2000, the EPP program with minority-serving institutions has produced 1,600 graduates in NOAA-mission fields from the nation's colleges and universities, including 173 doctorates earned in fields that NOAA describes as its "mission disciplines," according to Jacqueline Rousseau, EPP supervisory program
A press release issued by the six agencies states that the proposed rule would not compel a state to establish an AMC registration and supervisory program
. Further, there is no penalty imposed on a state that does not establish a regulatory structure for AMCs.
If Oppenheimer had an adequate AML and supervisory program
in place, it would have made further inquiry into the penny stock sales that were the basis of this action."
Sudan has not yet implemented adequate procedures for identifying and freezing terrorist assets, or ensured an effective supervisory program
for AML/CTF compliance.
By Joyce Sheesley Supervisory Program
Analyst, NAVSUP Business Systems Center
According to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, the new supervisory program
over the big-five investment firms, which relied heavily on the firms' own computer models and self-reporting, was "troubled from the start." In the summer of 2005, Donaldson resigned and was replaced by the former Republican Congressman Christopher Cox, for whom the supervisory program
was "not a priority," according to the New York Times.
The basis for a strong supervisory program
begins with identifying the overall goals for staff supervision.