IIA

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AcronymDefinition
IIAInstitute of Internal Auditors
IIAInternet Industry Association (Australia)
IIAIndianapolis International Airport (Indianapolis, IN)
IIAIllinois Institute of Art (Chicago, IL)
IIAInternational Institute of Anthropology (Salt Lake City, UT)
IIAIndustria Italiana Autobus (Italian: Italian Industry Bus)
IIAInsurance Institute of America
IIAInformation Industry Association
IIAIndependence of Irrelevant Alternatives (decision theory axiom)
IIAInform and Influence Activities (US Army)
IIAInvestment Intermediaries Act (Ireland)
IIAIndian Institute of Architects
IIAIstituto sull'Inquinamento Atmosferico (Italian: Institute for Atmospheric Pollution)
IIAInformation International Associates, Inc
IIAIndividual Investigator Agreement
IIAInternational Irradiation Association
IIAInternational Investment Agreement (multi-country agreement)
IIAImproved Immune Algorithm
IIAInchon International Airport
IIAIwaki International Association (Japan)
IIAIdeas In Action
IIAIwate International Association (Japan)
IIAInternational Internet Association
IIAInternational Institute of Agriculture
IIAIstituto Italo-Africano
IIAInformation Interchange Architecture
IIAIncinerator Institute of America
IIAIntegrated Investment Analysis
IIAInstrument Interface Agreement
IIAIf Incorrect, Advise
IIAInternational ISBN (International Standard Book Number) Agency (publishing)
IIAIndividual Issue Ammunition
IIAInternational Investment Advisors, LLC
IIAInstallation Information Architecture
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Notice of Discontinuance In compliance with Section 31 of the Investment Intermediaries Act 1995 (as amended), Friends First Life Assurance Company Ltd.
SANNE has recently been granted a full Fund Administration licence under the Investment Intermediaries Act (IIA 1995) by the Central Bank of Ireland.
The firm, owned by Capita Plc, was found to be in breach of rules by acting as an investment business firm between February 2006 and October 2007 without authorisation under the Investment Intermediaries Act 1995.
Trade Signal Corporation Ltd (TSC), founded in 1997, is a financial services company authorized in Ireland by the Central Bank under section 10 of the Investment Intermediaries Act (1995), and in the US by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission.
The Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank) has fined Capita Life and Pensions Services (Ireland) Limited 1,150,000 and reprimanded it for breaches of the Investment Intermediaries Act, 1995 (the IIA) and the European Communities (Markets in Financial Instruments) Regulations 2007 (the MiFID Regulations).
Pursuant to Section 31of the Investment Intermediaries Act 1995 Hallahan Fitzpatrick Ltd of 38 South Main St, Naas, Co Kildare hereby gives notice that it has discontinued its appointment as an investment intermediary with the following companies from 31st December 2015.
7 Notice of Discontinuance Investment Intermediaries Act, 1995 NOTICE OF DISCONTINUANCE In compliance with Section 31 of the Investment Intermediaries Act 1995, as amended, Mr Mark Nugent t/a KNOW Finance gives notice that its appointment(s) as an investment product intermediary with New Ireland Assurance, Irish Life, Royal London, Friends First, Zurich Life, Aviva Life & Pensions and BCP Asset Management Limited are being discontinued as and from the 17th February 2016.
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