Planned change (Business)
Definition: An unplanned change in supply usually occurring because of changes in weather conditions or an external change outside the control of the company or economy.
approach to budgeting that involves quantitative expression of the activities/business processes of the organization reflecting forecasts of workload (quantity of drivers) and other financial requirements to achieve strategic goals or planned changes ...
Financial information, often just balance sheets, prepared by adjusting a recent financial report to show the effect of recent or planned changes. Projected financial statements.
The Trading and Markets division holds authority over all broker and dealer companies, investment firms and self-regulatory organizations. They also interpret planned changes to rules and regulations.