1. European Union law.
An act of European Union (EU) law having indirect effect in relevant member states.
The member states affected by the EU Directive are required to implement the directive domestically, but they are free to choose the form and method for doing so.
Any formal instruction or order.
3. Adjective - management - personal development - coaching and mentoring.
Describing an approach that includes giving relatively more guidance, instructions or orders.
- Best practice
- Capital Requirements Directive
- CRD IV
- European Union
- Good practice
- Market Abuse Directive (MAD)
- Red tape
- Reputational risk
- Retained EU law
- Secondary legislation
- Shareholder Rights Directive
- Solvency II