consent order


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consent order

noun an order accepted by the parries, an order acquiesced by the parties, an order agreed to by the parties, an order approved by the parties, an order consented to by the parties, an order endorsed by the parries, an order supported by the parties, an order with the accord of the parties, consent decree
Associated concepts: consent rule
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In a consent order, a bank admits no wrongdoing but agrees to address the issues raised by regulators.
The new norms are part of the move to prevent insider trading and bring more clarity to the consent order mechanism.
The bank said that it was in the process of taking steps mentioned under the consent order.
The consent order will remain in effect until modified or terminated by the FDIC or the California Department of Financial Institutions.
As part of that consent order, the firm promised to heighten supervision of its New England office and promised to tell the bureau if it found any other misdeeds, especially involving training and fraud.
Under the terms of a consent order settling the FTC's charges, the commission said the grocers must sell four of A&P's Waldbaum's supermarkets and one Pathmark supermarket in Staten Island; and one Waldbaum's supermarket in Shirley, to commission- approved buyers by January 10, 2008.
It determined that a 1971 consent order between the FTC and American Brands, and a 1995 consent order between the FTC and American Tobacco, authorized all U.S.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on April 21, 2005, the issuance of a consent order of assessment of a civil money penalty against the Irwin Union Bank, Columbus, Indiana, a state member bank.
[ss] 116B.03 (1998), which precludes a claim under the Minnesota Environmental Rights Act (MERA) for actions taken "pursuant to" an order or stipulation of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) does not apply when a consent order allows multiple alternative actions.
Financial planners should note that the Federal Trade Commission issued a staff opinion on the white paper: It does not violate the consent order that generally prohibits the AICPA from advising members against commissions and contingent fees.
Koren revised and reprinted many of his pamphlets in response to a suggested FTC consent order, presented to him by staff attorney Sidney Steinitz in May 1997.