statutory regulations

statutory regulations
/ˌstætʃυt(ə)ri ˌregjυ'leɪʃ(ə)nz/ plural noun
regulations covering financial dealings which are based on Acts of Parliament, such as the Financial Services Act (as opposed to the rules of self-regulatory organisations which are non-statutory)

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