OLA

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AcronymDefinition
OLAOntario Library Association
OLAOptical Laboratories Association
OLAOnline Learning Academy (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
OLAObservatory on Latin America (New York)
OLAOregon Library Association
OLAOklahoma Library Association
OLAOur Lady of the Angels (Chicago, IL Catholic school)
OLAOutlying Area
OLAon Line Archive
OLAOracle Licensing Agreement
OLAOptical Line Amplifier
OLAOracle Learning Architecture
OLAOperating Level Agreement
OLAOptical Level Attenuator
OLAOfficial Languages Act (Canada)
OLAOperational Level Agreement
OLAOligonucleotide Ligation Assay (method of testing for a specified mutation)
OLAOccupier's Liability Act (UK)
OLAOpen Learning Agency
OLAOffice of Legislative Affairs
OLAOpen Learning Australia
OLAOperating Level Agreement (information technology services)
OLAOrderly Liquidation Authority (Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010)
OLAOcean-Land-Atmosphere (climate)
OLAOn Line Auction (website)
OLAOur Lady Assumption (school)
OLAOverlap and Add
OLAOpen Library Architecture (OpenEDA)
OLAOfficial Languages Agency (Hong Kong)
OLAOntario Lung Association (Canada)
OLAOhio Library Association
OLAOffice of Legislative Audits
OLAOrlando Latin American
OLAOptisch Leesbare Acceptgiro (Dutch payment order)
OLAOn-Line Archive
OLAOn-Line Academy
OLAOptical Laboratory Association
OLAOptical Line Amplifiers (Ciena, Pirelli, NEC, Lucent)
OLAOffice of Legislative Analysis
OLAOnline Authorization (implementation of EFT for POS systems)
OLAOlympus Laboratory Automation
OLAOrdnance Loading Apron
OLAOne Letter Acronym
OLAOnline Advertising, Inc.
OLAOffice of the Lead Agent
OLAOther Liquid Assets
OLAOhio Lumbermen's Association
OLAOperation Location Alpha
OLAOrganizational Level Agreement
OLAOutput Level Adjust
OLAOptical Link Amplifiers (Optivision)
OLAOrdnance Loading Area
OLAObject Layout Adaption
OLAOpen Licensing Agreement
OLAOpen Lighting Architecture (application framework)
OLAOn-Line Alternatives, Inc. (Alabama)
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I applaud the President's two Executive Orders today focused on examining the Financial Stability Oversight Council's (FSOC) determination of systemically important financial institutions' and Dodd Frank's Orderly Liquidation Authority (OLA).
The other memo calls for Mnuchin to spend 180 days looking at the Orderly Liquidation Authority and the Orderly Liquidation Fund.
the bill would repeal Title II -- the orderly liquidation authority -- of the Dodd-Frank Act.
In keeping with Alexis de Tocqueville's famous adage that "[s]carcely any political question arises in the United States that is not resolved, sooner or later, into a judicial question," (26) Dodd-Frank's orderly liquidation authority is now the subject of a lawsuit.
DFA Title II, called the Orderly Liquidation Authority (OLA), provides new authority to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), acting as a receiver, to facilitate the "orderly liquidation" of large non-bank financial institutions outside the bankruptcy process.
At this point, we know SIFIs will be held to minimum capital and liquidity standards, counterparty credit exposure limits, living wills and Orderly Liquidation Authority, limits on proprietary trading, stress test and examination requirements, and possible intermediate holding company requirements," stated Washington Analysis in a report today.
But despite the federal government's enthusiasm, the FDIC's orderly liquidation authority has come under attack.
under any of the following circumstances: (i) The senior executive or director served as the chairman of the board of directors, chief executive officer, president, chief financial officer, or in any other similar role regardless of his or her title if in this role he or she had responsibility for the strategic, policymaking, or company-wide operational decisions of the covered financial company prior to the date that it was placed into receivership under the orderly liquidation authority of the Dodd-Frank Act .
Orderly liquidation authority, resolution planning, and the Office of Complex Financial Institutions
Basic elements of the Orderly Liquidation Authority and
Notable among its reforms is the Orderly Liquidation Authority, a process for resolving systemic nonbank financial companies that parallels a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) bank receivership.