6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration (SICA) today released a Report entitled Perceptions of Fairness of Securities Arbitration: An Empirical Study.
What does SICA stand for?
SICA stands for Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration (NYSE and FINRA)
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We have 62 other meanings of SICA in our Acronym Attic
- Signal Interference Canceller with Error Detection
- Self-Interaction Corrected Generalized Exchange Local Spin Density
- Soft Interference Cancellation Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error
- Self-Interaction Correction-Local Spin Density
- Successive Interference Cancellation with Maximal-Ratio Combining
- Successive Interference Cancellation - Reduced State
- I Simpósio de Iniciação Científica da Universidade Federal do ABC
- Serial Interference Cancellation/Parallel Interference Cancellation
- Schooling in Capitalist America (book)
- Secondary Inventory Control Activity/Agency
- Selective Insurance Company of America (various locations)
- Service Item Control Activity
- Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts (Long Branch, NJ)
- Sick Industrial Companies Act, 1985
- Sindicato de La Industria Cinematográfica Argentina (movie workers guild/union)
- Sistema de Integración Centroamericana (Spanish: Central American Integration System)
- South Inter-Conference Association (Chicago area high schools)
- Southern Indiana Center for the Arts (Seymour, Indiana, USA)
- Specific International Cooperation Action (EU)
- Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts (Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA)
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However, a member of the Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration said that such motions ought to be discouraged because discovery and appeal rights in arbitration are limited.
As Chair of the Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration, he has worked with investor and securities industry advocates to develop mutually satisfactory approaches to the problem.