foreign regulatory authority definition

foreign regulatory authority means a securities commission, exchange or other securities market regulatory authority in a designated foreign jurisdiction;
foreign regulatory authority means any applicable supranational, national, federal, state or local regulatory agency, department, bureau or other governmental entity of any country or jurisdiction in the Territory (other than the FDA in the United States), having responsibility in such country or jurisdiction for any Regulatory Approvals of any kind in such country or jurisdiction, and any successor agency or authority thereto.
foreign regulatory authority means any applicable regulatory agency, department, bureau or other governmental entity or authority of any country or regulatory jurisdiction in the Territory (other than the FDA in the United States), having responsibility in such country or regulatory jurisdiction for any Regulatory Approvals of any kind necessary for the development, pre-clinical and/or human clinical testing, manufacture, supply, marketing and/or sale of Licensed Products in such country or other regulatory jurisdiction.

More Definitions of foreign regulatory authority

foreign regulatory authority means, for each country other than the United States of America, the authority or authorities having jurisdiction over the Finished Product that correspond to the FDA.
foreign regulatory authority means a Regulatory Authority other than the FDA.
foreign regulatory authority means a securities commission, exchange or other securities market regulatory authority in a designated foreign jurisdiction; “IAS 27” means International Accounting Standard 27 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements, as amended from time to time; “IAS 34” means International Accounting Standard 34 Interim Financial Reporting, as amended from time to time; “inter-dealer bond broker” means a person or company that is approved by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada under its Rule No. 36 Inter-Dealer Bond Brokerage Systems, as amended, and is subject to its Rule No. 36 and its Rule 2100 Inter-Dealer Bond Brokerage Systems, as amended from time to time; “IPO venture issuer” has the same meaning as in section 1.1 of National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements; “issuer’s GAAP” means the accounting principles used to prepare an issuer’s financial statements, as permitted by this Instrument; “marketplace” means:
foreign regulatory authority means a securities commission, exchange or other securities market regulatory authority in a designated foreign jurisdiction; “foreign reporting issuer” means a reporting issuer, other than an investment fund, that is incorporated or organized under the laws of a foreign jurisdiction, unless:
foreign regulatory authority means any foreign (non-United States) government, or any department, agency, governmental body, or regulatory organization empowered by a foreign government to administer or enforce a law, rule, or regulation as it relates to a derivative instrument matter, or any department or agency of a political subdivision of a foreign government empowered to administer or enforce a law, rule, or regulation as it relates to a derivative instrument matter.
foreign regulatory authority means an authority specified by the Governor by Order published in the Gazette as the authority which exercises any function which in the opinion of the competent authority relates to financial services, companies or insurance;
foreign regulatory authority means an authority in a foreign jurisdiction that exercises regulatory or supervisory functions over entities carrying on banking, insurance, securities or other financial services