The official Penrose report into what went wrong criticised Equitable's former management, but also highlighted failures by regulators, which over the years have included the Treasury, the Department of Trade and Industry, and the FSA.
What does DOT stand for?
DOT stands for Department of Trade
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- Days of Thunder
- Days of Treatment
- Dedicated Offshore Team
- Deed of Trust
- Deep Ocean Technology/Transponder
- Défense Opérationnelle du Territoire (French: Operational Territorial Defense)
- Delivered on Time
- Department Of Telecommunications
- Department of the Treasury
- Department of Tourism
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Sir John Bourn, the NAO's auditor general, said: "The former Department of Trade and Industry has settled some 575,000 coal health compensation claims.
Lindsay Whittle, leader of the Plaid group on Caerphilly council, was due to be in London handing over a 4,000-signature petition to the Department of Trade and Industry against plans to move Caerphilly Post Office from The Twyn to WH Smith.
s Department of Trade and Industry, one of the agencies responsible for Britain's implementation of the European Union's Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the country has delayed compliance from this August to July 2006.
Union leaders met Department of Trade and Industry officials yesterday to try to secure the long-term future of Peugeot's site at Ryton, near Coventry.
United Kingdom: Following its plans to devote more funding to R&D (see IBO 8/15/04), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) announced the allocation of a projected 10 billion [pounds sterling] ($19.
The Department of Trade and Industry has set it a target of creating or safeguarding 14,400 jobs -but in the first half of the financial year it created or saved just 1,492.
Other error-prone sites included the Office of National Statistics, the Department of Health, and the Department of Trade & Industry, which has more than 2,700 broken links on the site alone--an "unacceptable error level,' according to the report.