1. Quality - regulation - noun.
Levels of attainment or quality, especially minimum levels or mandatory levels.
Including levels established, monitored and enforced by regulators and legal authorities.
Examples include the Standards developed and issued by the ISO, and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
2. Documentation - noun.
A document containing the detailed descriptions of formal Standards.
- Accounting standards
- Actuarial standards
- Auditing standards
- Banking Standards Board
- Binding Technical Standard
- Best practice
- Board for Actuarial Standards
- British Standards Institution (BSI)
- Climate Bonds Standard
- Climate Disclosure Standards Board
- EU Green Bond Standard (EUGBS)
- European Sustainability Reporting Standards
- FAST Modelling Standard
- Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board
- Financial Accounting Standards Board
- Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Markets Standards Board
- Global Sustainability Standards Board
- Gold standard
- Good practice
- GRI Standards
- IFC ESG Standards
- IFC Performance Standards
- International Accounting Standards (IAS)
- International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
- International Standards on Assurance Engagements
- International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB)
- Lamfalussy Standards
- Principles based
- Red tape
- Regulatory standard
- Regulatory Technical Standard (RTS)
- Reputational risk
- Rules based
- Spreadsheet Standards
- Standard cost
- Standard Setting Body
- Sustainability Accounting Standards
- Transaction Workflow Innovation Standards Team