Securities and Investments Board

Securities and Investments Board
/sɪˌkjυərɪtiz ən ɪn'vestmənts bɔ:d/ noun
formerly, the name of the regulatory body which supervised the securities markets in the UK (now the FSA).
Abbreviation SIB

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