Self-regulatory organisation

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Regulation - governance.


Self-regulatory organisations are established to regulate certain professions or industries, the regulation being undertaken by members of the same profession or industry.

Examples of self-regulatory organisations include the US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange.

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