Some articles on cat standard, cat standards:
... In April 1999, the Government introduced a voluntary CAT standard for ISAs (standing for "Charges, Access, and Terms") to make them easier for inexperienced customers to understand and with the ... Many products comply with the CAT standard and there is some controversy as to whether or not the CAT standard alone would reach out to many more people who would not have otherwise chosen to save ... Many equity funds also meet the CAT standards, but the restriction on costs generally means that these funds are index funds, which require little management and simply follow a given index, such as the ...
Famous quotes containing the words standard and/or cat:
“An indirect quotation we can usually expect to rate only as better or worse, more or less faithful, and we cannot even hope for a strict standard of more and less; what is involved is evaluation, relative to special purposes, of an essentially dramatic act.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)
“A few years before I lived in the woods there was what was called a winged cat in one of the farmhouses.... This would have been the right kind of cat for me to keep, if I had kept any; for why should not a poets cat be winged as well as his horse?”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)