REGO


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
REGOReinventing Government
REGORenewable Energy Guarantee of Origin (UK)
References in periodicals archive ?
Rego brings to the role huge global experience and was a rank holder at a programme on international capital markets at Oxford University, UK.
For instance, under Rego, Bank of India's provisioning went up to Rs7,000 crore from around Rs3,500 crore.
Speaking more broadly to the subject of African development at the African Development Bank (AfDB) Annual Meetings, Mrs do Rego said: 'I'd like to urge that we increasingly take advantage of this annual discourse about Africa's development, where we bring together Africa's best minds, and that we pivot more from discourse to accelerated action that will impact the quality of life on the ground for all Africans.
Integrating cognitive behavioral therapy into primary care would present adolescents with depression with a non-medication treatment that would be easily accessible, brief and cost-effective," Rego explained.
Watson and Henderson both won four from four; Jones, Busena and Banka all won three from four and Rego won three from three.
Rego says that although the most common way people deal with anxiety is by avoiding it, he recommends that people face their fears.
Exchange traded funds (ETF) or a savings fund are better options than physical gold," said Anil Rego, chief executive of Right Horizons.
World champions Rego and Alison Cerutti reached tomorrow's final with a 21-15 22-20 victory over Latvia pair Martins Plavins and Janis Smedins.
A dance choreographed by Prabha Rego and actors enacting some of the songs are among the highlights of the evening to which entry is free.
5bn,' said IDBI Bank executive director, Melwyn Rego.
13 April 2012 - Indian IDBI Bank Ltd (BOM:500116) intends to boost overseas borrowing to up to USD1bn (EUR760m) in the fiscal 2012/2013 ending March from USD840m in the previous fiscal year, Melwyn Rego, executive director at the Mumbai-based lender, said on Thursday.