Organisation. SFA has over two hundred full time staff reporting to the Chief Executive. He is supported directly by an executive team, each member of which has POLICY DETERMINED BY SENIOR senior management responsibility for a specific aspect of SFA's activity. PRACTICIONERS AND INDEPENDENTS SUPPORTED BY A PROFESSIOINAL Overseeing the work of the executive is the Chairman and Board of EXECUTIVE AND STAFF Directors. These are not employees of SFA but are either senior practitioners from member firms or persons independent of SFA and its firms who represent the interests of the investor. The Board delegates responsibility for the detail of policy, rulemaking and disciplinary procedures to specialist committees which are also composed of practitioners and independents. Supported by a professional staff, this combination provides for effective and flexible self-regulation. REGULAR CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT BODIES, Public Relations 'CITY INSTITUTIONS, PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND SFA's communication with the public, Parliament, `City' institutions, THE PRESS professional bodies and other regulators, at home and abroad, plays an important part in the process of developing confidence in SFA members' businesses and in furthering the success of the regulatory system as a whole. Accordingly SFA maintains regular contact with the press and other media. Press coverage of disciplinary action taken by SFA acts as a reassurance to the public and to the financial community that SFA is actively seeking to help promote good practice in London's markets. Further information More details are available on the various aspects of SFA's work and what it does to put the investor first. Other publications include: o Rule Book and amendment service* o Professional Dealing Handbook* o Board Notices* o Membership Directory* o Briefing, SFA's Membership newsletter o Annual Report and Accounts (with Regulatory Plan) o Complaints Bureau o Annual Report of the Complaints Commissioner o Annual Report of the Chairman of the Arbitration Panel o Consumer Arbitration Scheme o Full Arbitration Scheme Rules o Membership Application Pack** o Available by subscription ** For applicant firms (after a preliminary discussion) SFA The Securities and Futures Authority Limited Cottons Centre Cottons Lane London SE1 2QB Tel: 071 378 9000 Fax: 071 403 7569 Registered in England and Wales No 1998622 Registered Office as above Fifth edition July 1994
Organisation. Each of the PT Covered Assets listed in Exhibit VII is and, on the date of the Initial Closing and, if it is the case, on the date of each other Closing relating to an Interest in such Wireless Property or Global Telecom, will be a corporation or a company, as the case may be, duly organised, validly existing under the laws of their respective country of incorporation and has and will have all requisite corporate and other power and corporate authority to own, lease and operate its properties and to carry on its operations as now being conducted. Each of Portugal Telecom and PT Móveis has heretofore made available to TEM in Section 4.1 of the PT Group Disclosure Schedule complete and correct copies of the bylaws and the shareholders agreements of each of the PT Covered Assets as currently in effect. The rights and obligations set forth in such shareholders agreements are, on the date hereof, (a) the valid and binding rights and obligations of each of the parties thereto enforceable against each of such parties in accordance with their terms, and no party thereto is in default thereunder; and (b) duly annotated in PT Covered Assets corporate books and records.
Organisation. It is a corporation duly organised under the laws of England with full corporate power, authority and legal right to own its assets and conduct its business as such assets are presently owned and its business is presently conducted and with power to enter into this Agreement and other Relevant Documents and each assignment to be entered into by it in respect of any Receivables assigned or scheduled to be assigned and to exercise its rights and perform its obligations thereunder and all corporate and other action required to authorise its execution of each Relevant Document and each such assignment and its performance of its obligations thereunder has been duly taken or will be taken prior to the execution of such Relevant Document or assignment (as the case may be).
Organisation. Əməliyyat şirkətinin işçi heyətinin ümumi sayı mümkün qədər minimum səviyyədə saxlanılır və Podratçı adından gündəlik Neft- qaz əməliyyatlarının aparılması üçün zəruri olan idarəetmə, texniki, əməliyyat, istismar və inzibati heyətdən ibarətdir. The Operating Company personnel shall be kept to the minimum practicable size, and shall include management personnel, technical professionals, operating and maintenance personnel and administrative personnel required to carry out the day to day Petroleum Operations on behalf of Contractor.
Organisation. It is a company duly incorporated under the laws of England with full corporate power, authority and legal right to own its assets and conduct its business as such assets are presently owned and its business as presently conducted and with power to enter into the [Series Documents] and to exercise its rights and perform its obligations thereunder and all corporate and other action required to authorise its execution of each Series Document and its performance of its obligations thereunder has been duly taken.
Organisation. What body is assigned responsibility to issue FLEGT licences? Are the roles of the licensing authority and its personnel with regard to issuance of FLEGT licences clearly defined and publicly available? Are the competence requirements defined and internal controls established for the personnel of the licensing authority? Has the licensing body adequate resource for carrying out its tasks?
Organisation. The Company is a [private limited company/public company] duly organised and validly existing under the Laws of India, has full corporate power and authority to carry on its business as it is currently being conducted and to own, operate and hold its Assets and properties as, and in the places where, such Assets and properties are currently owned, operated or held.