Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
To the extent they should apply to such issuers, should the requirements apply to the board of auditors or similar body?
The Board of Auditors assesses the bank's administration and compliance with the law, regulations and the statute.
It has a four-member 'Board of Auditors' which supervises and audits directors' performance.
Such a report would call for the resignation of the board of auditors of any company and its subsequent liquidation, but here nobody is worried.
Board of Auditors:
His organs are the Scientific Committee, the Executive Director and the Board of Auditors.
He returned to Westchester County and settled in Rye where he served as member of the town board of auditors.
Ziegler's fundamental aim is one that no board of auditors would presume to undertake: "to analyze sociological factors and human behavior, complicities and constraints."
Prior to 1862, the North Carolina General Assembly appointed state comptrollers and boards of auditors in various parts of the state.
International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN)
Nonetheless he had accepted a civilian war time appointment on the Board of Auditors of War Claims from Governor Yates, a Republicans.
The Order's finances are audited by a Board of Auditors, which includes a President and four Councillors, all elected by the Chapter General.
The United Nations' Board of Auditors (the external audit of the UN) has adopted the ISAs (International Standards on Auditing).
The UN's General- Assembly appoints the UN Board of Auditors (3 members appointed for 6 years) among the INTOSAI member representatives.
Specifically, foreign private issuers with boards of auditors or similar bodies or statutory auditors meeting the requirements of our proposals would be exempt from the requirements regarding the independence of audit committee members.
In the release implementing Section 301, we propose a special accommodation for certain audit committee requirements for foreign private issuers with a board of auditors or statutory auditors under home country legal or listing provisions, subject to certain conditions.
Besides, the General Assembly of Shareholders was named the General Assembly; Board of Auditors was named the Auditing Committee; and the General Directorate was named Head Office.
He served for a time as head of the board of auditors at the Libyan Arab Republic's Revenue Court and was subsequently Libya's Ambassador to India until 1980, when he announced his defection in Morocco.
The United Nations had authorized the American occupiers to spend Iraqi funds - for the good of the Iraqi people and "in a transparent manner" - and created a special international board of auditors to insure that those conditions were met.
An independent advisory board of auditors, MLP executives, institutional fund managers, legal partners, and other senior financial professionals reviews all constituent changes to the indices as well as modifications to methodology to ensure that they are made objectively and without bias.
The CSF is governed by a Board which sets the guidelines for the scientific projects and fund allocation, the Steering Committee, the Board of Auditors and by a Scientific Committee whose members are renowned international scholars and experts of federalism.
The United Nations Board of Auditors (the external audit of the UN) has adopted the ISAs although this Board is composed of three Supreme Audit Institutions chairmen, usually using the INTOSAI Auditing Standards.
Woodworth accepted a part-time appointment from Illinois Governor Richard Yates to oversee federal financial transfers to the state during the Civil War as a member of the Board of Auditors of War Claims, known also as the Commissioners of the War Fund.
Royal notary, secretary of the Dauphin Francis (1540) and then Henry, son of Francis I, he is Chairman of the Board of Auditors of Nantes and steward of the business area of Britainny, traditionally vested in Dauphin France.