Supervisor

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1. Financial services regulation.

A supervisor is a body responsible for the prudential regulation and supervision of banks and similar financial firms.

Supervisors act at national level and across countries.


2. Organisational structure.

An individual with direct responsibility for overseeing the work of a lower-ranking employee.

Sometimes known as a line manager.


3. Professional standards.

A senior and experienced professional who supports a relatively less experienced individual - the supervisee - in continuing professional and personal development.


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