(1) They have put a political constraint on their investment which should not be there – it is definitely an overexposure,” said Tom Sanzillo, a former New York State comptroller who oversaw a $156bn pension fund.
(2) We are obviously very concerned about the wellbeing of the fund, which is heavily invested in energy stocks worldwide,” said Pete Grannis, New York State deputy comptroller, whose office is the sole trustee of the fund, which has one million members.
(3) Last year the state comptroller listed what he considered excessive expenditures on takeaway meals, cleaning, makeup and hairstyling.
(4) Of about two dozen companies investigated by the comptroller general’s office, known as the CGU, just five are building most of the nearly 40bn reais’ ($10.5 billion) worth of venues and infrastructure needed for the Olympics in Rio.
(5) The BBC must be subject to full independent audit by the comptroller and auditor general.
(6) These are huge issues for all of us.” The 16-day shutdown cost the Pentagon $600m in lost productivity , a comptroller estimated.
(7) Another US regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, also imposed fines on JP Morgan, Citi and Bank of America, taking the day’s tally to £2.6bn.
(8) Tom Sanzillo, a former New York State comptroller who oversaw a $156bn pension fund, said: “Coal is arguably the worst performing sector in the whole world.
(9) The US's biggest bank will pay $300m to the US office of the comptroller of the currency, $200m to Federal Reserve , $200m to the securities and exchange commission (SEC) and £137.6m ($219.74m) to the UK's financial conduct authority.
(10) The NAO comptroller and auditor general, Amyas Morse, recently refused to sign off the accounts of the Department for Education due to his opinion that “ the level of error and uncertainty in the statements to be both material and pervasive ”, which bears out Kerslake’s concern: Morse says he simply does not know whether academy schools are spending public money well enough.
(11) John Liu, New York City comptroller, expressed scepticism over the ban last year.
(12) No bank was even forced to admit wrongdoing in the orders by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
(13) The contract itself is designed to provide some degree of certainty and security for individuals who take on these roles in the knowledge their appointments may come to an end at short notice.” Following the decision, Manzoni will inform the financial watchdog, the Comptroller and Auditor General, who may refer it to the House of Common’s powerful public accounts committee for an investigation.
(14) In May, Israel’s state comptroller released a critical report on Netanyahu’s foreign trips, some with his wife and children, between 2003 and 2005 when he was finance minister.
(15) Structural problems include: 1 Inadequate country risk assessments According to a 2012 US Senate report into money laundering, the legal counsel in the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency observed that problems with the bank’s 2009 “country risk assessments extended beyond Mexico to other countries as well.
(16) He declined, but said he was happy to share it with the comptroller and auditor general of the National Audit Office, Amyas Morse, who also attended the committee meeting.
(17) Updated at 12.28pm BST 12.22pm BST UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) Don Foster has been appointed as Comptroller of HM Household (Lib Dem Chief Whip).
(18) The prosecution of the war is also being investigated by the UN Human Rights Council, by a commission of inquiry set up by the UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, and by the Israeli state comptroller , Joseph Shapira, who has been tasked with investigating decisions made by Israeli political and military leaders.
(19) MPs are now pressing for Sir John Bourn, the comptroller and auditor general, to have unfettered access to the BBC's accounts.
(20) Kate Hoey, whose Vauxhall constituency takes in the south landing of the proposed 367-metre structure across the Thames, has written to Sir Amyas Morse, the comptroller and auditor general of the National Audit Office (NAO), to request a full inquiry into the finances of the project, with work on it halted in the interim.
(n.) One who oversees; a superintendent; a supervisor; as, an overseer of a mill; specifically, one or certain public officers; as, an overseer of the poor; an overseer of highways.
(1) The damage threshold during aortic valvuloplasty was determined in 12 normal swine subjected to inflation of oversized dual balloons.
(2) Porous polyethylene was thus better incorporated into the soft tissues than silicone rubber as long as the overlying soft tissues were not stressed by an oversized implant or inadequate soft tissue coverage.
(3) The parietal, squamosal, and exoccipital bones, and the quadrate cartilage were displaced when otic capsule material was absent or oversized.
(4) A literature review aimed at completeness, a study of the hitherto largest case material (24 cases), and a comparative analysis of the bleeding and normal gastric arteries gave the following results: (1) the walls of the pathologic arteries are of normal structure; (2) as submucous arteries, they are of normal diameter; (3) they are attached to the mucosa by virtue of Wanke's musculoelastic mantle; (4) at the level of the muscularis mucosae, they are definitely oversized; (5) in the area of the linkage of the artery to the mucosa, a vulnerable mucosal spot is created; (6) the artery is accompanied by a vein of similar caliber; and (7) perforation of the vein takes place before that of the artery.
(5) Analysis of variance suggests that the use of a 0.5-mm oversized transplant, as opposed to a 0- to 0.3-mm oversized transplant, contributed to the production of high myopia when tissue from donors younger than 2 years was used (P = 0.009).
(6) Oversized grafts should be avoided because of resultant turbulent flow and the tendency of thrombosis.
(7) Two nurses ready a yellow and black machine that looks like a drill press with an oversized button where the chuck would be.
(8) In 38 per cent of cases the reason for surgery was an oversized calf and in 84 per cent the operation was performed on the farm of origin.
(9) Still: “We had an oversight model that could have worked” – meaning the Congressional and judicial oversight systems for the NSA – “But the overseers weren’t interested in oversight – the Senate and House intelligence committees championed surveillance.
(10) HTC's phablet - an oversized smartphone, or small tablet - resembles the slim profile and curved metal back design of the well-received 5in HTC One Android smartphone , but features a larger 5.9in full HD screen that makes watching movies and sharing content with friends easier.
(11) I meet Olsen in London, somewhere east of Dingwalls (a venue she's due to play later) and in the neighbourhood of the Observer 's offices.. She's wearing dark clothes and oversized shades, pale‑faced underneath.
(12) Yet the relationship between the overseers and the overseen is not adversarial.
(13) With a tone at points mournful and angry, Udall, who lost his re-election last month, said “the CIA has lied to its overseers and the public”, and blasted the White House for not holding anyone “to account”.
(14) The authors' results demonstrate that within an oversized IVC, the BNF creates less flow disturbance and is less occlusive with clot capture than biiliac filters.
(15) The easy, cynical view is that this is just people with too much money and oversized appetites buying into hype.
(16) Late on Monday the new finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, sent a six-page list of proposed economic reforms to Brussels which held to some of Tsipras’s election campaign pledges, but largely diluted or abandoned them to win the support of the other 18 governments in the eurozone, and of the troika of bailout overseers from the European commission, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) .
(17) Oversized balloons with a ratio greater than 1.3 (n = 35) caused a high (37%) incidence of dissection, with three severely compromised arterial lumens.
(18) These oversized disks had incorporated 3H-leucine and extended along the margin of the outer or inner segment.
(19) Kaepernick and Reid dropped to one knee while a naval officer sang The Star-Spangled Banner and dozens of military members unfurled an oversize flag at the Chargers’ Qualcomm stadium.
(20) Sixty-eight of the 88 lenses had PAS which were strongly correlated with the lens being oversized (P less than .001).