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Regulation & Compliance abbr

office where UK firms are registered Companies Registration Office: the office of the Registrar of Companies, an official UK organization at which companies' records must be deposited so that they can be inspected by the public.

CRO - Related Articles
  • Amarendra Swarup


    of funds in London before that. Swarup is a CAIA charter-holder and sits on the CAIA examinations council, the editorial board, and the Adveq advisory board. He was a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, setting up the Pensions Tomorrow research initiative, and a member of the CRO and Solvency II committees of the Association of British Insurers

  • ERM, Best’s Ratings, and the Financial Crisis

    Best Practice

    To have an effective ERM, a company needs to have an effective risk culture. To achieve an effective risk culture, a company needs to start from the chief executive officer (CEO) and other senior executive officers (including the chief financial officer (CFO) and/or the chief risk officer (CRO)).
    By Gene C. Lai

  • Bank Asset–Liability Management and Liquidity Risk Management

    Best Practice

    credit risk policy at the high level. Any credit risk committee or CRO forum would be subordinated to ALCO. This is the real meaning behind Figure 1.
    By Moorad Choudhry

  • Czech Republic

    Whitaker's Almanack Country Profiles

    Major broadcasters – The public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) runs two networks and a 24-hour news channel alongside two major private television stations. Czech public radio, Cesky Rozhlas (CRo), operates three national networks and local services


Definitions of ’CRO’ and meaning of ’CRO’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’CRO’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

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