The Future for the Global Securities Market: Legal and Regulatory Aspects

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Abbreviations
ADB African Development Bank
ADR American Depository Receipt
BCCI Bank of Credit and Commerce International
BIS Bank for International Settlements
BMTN French medium-term notes
CA 1985 Companies Act 1985
CAD Capital Adequacy Directive
CBVConseil des Bourses de Valeurs
CDCCaisse de Dépôts et Consignations
CedelCentrale de Livraison de Valeurs Mobilières
CFTC Commodity Futures Trading Commission
CME Chicago Mercantile Exchange
COBCommission des Opérations de Bourse
CSD Central securities depository
Draft NP 43 Draft national policy statement of the Canadian securities regulators
DTC Depository Trust Company
DTI Department of Trade and Industry
DVP Delivery versus payment
ECA Export Credit Agency
EEA European Economic Area
EGAT Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand
EGCO Electricity Generating Company Limited
EIB European Investment Bank
EPIC Entreprise Publique à Caractére Industriel et Commercial
EU European Union
FCPA Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
FHA Federal Housing Administration
FHLBB Federal Home Loan Bank Board
FRS 5 Financial Reporting Standards 5
FSA Financial Services Act 1986
GAAP Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
GAS Groupernents d'actionnaires stables
GATS General Agreement on Trade in Services
GDR Global Depository Receipt
IASC International Accounting Standards Committee
IBCA International Bank Credit Agency
ICSD International central securities depository
IMRO Investment Management Regulatory Organisation

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