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What does FD stand for?

FD stands for Fair Disclosure (Securities and Exchange Commission)

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Securities and Exchange Commission regulation aims to maintain fair and orderly markets and to protect investors by requiring that securities issuers make full and fair disclosure of all material information.
Regulation Fair Disclosure, which went into effect last October, put an end to those cozy meetings.
Experts from Hewitt Associates, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing company, testified today at the Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions Subcommittee of the House Education and Labor Committee hearing on proposed fee disclosure regulations under the 401(k) Fair Disclosure for Retirement Security Act of 2009.
Few individuals have had such a ubiquitous behind-the-scenes role in the securities industry as Lou, from the creation of the 1995 Private Securities Litigation Reform Act to the construction of Regulation Fair Disclosure, and the passage of the latest rules regarding executive compensation disclosure.
Senior financial executives -- namely, CFOs, finance directors and controllers -- have a special duty to stakeholders to protect the company's assets and provide full and fair disclosure to investors.
If there were a [legitimate] market, it would be reached by full and fair disclosure of the redundancy by converting insurance charges from basis points into dollars and by truthful labeling of sales loads.
Enacted by the Securities and Exchange Commission just over a year ago, Regulation Fair Disclosure, known as "Reg FD," seems to be accomplishing its promise for fair and equal disclosure of companies' financial information by requiring public companies to disclose all material information to the general public at the same time as to analysts and other selected parties.