[are] a high degree of liquidity and a relative safety of principal"--and concluded that "money market fund shares have these same qualities because of the specific regulatory requirements with which money market funds must comply.
What does SRR stand for?
SRR stands for Specific Regulatory Requirement
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We have 157 other meanings of SRR in our Acronym Attic
- Slack Rope Relay
- Sleeping Respiratory Rate
- Société des Régates Rochelaises (French: Regatta Society Rochelaise; France)
- Société Réunionnaise du Radiotéléphone (French mobile phone company)
- Software Readiness Review
- Software Requirements Review
- Space Resources Roundtable (est. 2001; Colorado)
- Special Rate Request
- Special Reconnaissance Regiment (British Army)
- Special Reimbursement Rate
- Split Ring Resonator
- Spray Reroute
- Spruce Run Reservoir (New Jersey)
- Square Route Rally (motorcycle rally; Thurmont, MD)
- Stade Rouennais Rugby (French: Rouen Rugby Stadium; Rouen, France)
- Standardized Relative Risk
- State Rapid Response (Wisconsin)
- State Registered Radiographer (Council for the Professions Supplementary to Medicine, UK)
- Status Report Request
- Stock Record Requirements
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hospitals should be aware of the country in which the data will be stored and the specific regulatory requirements that come with the territory.
The solution reportedly includes over 70 pre-built and pre-tested detection rules, which can be personalised and tailored to suit the needs and specific regulatory requirements of individual organisations.
The value of Compliance Profiling is that it enables IT to keep to planning and implementation timetables while still being able to respond to specific regulatory requirements as they arise.
The input gathered at these hearings will help the committee develop recommendations both to change specific regulatory requirements and to develop broader reforms.
External influences, such as examination and oversight by regulatory agencies, enhance management's awareness of specific regulatory requirements, usually resulting in the establishment of specific internal control policies and procedures.