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SFA

noun
 
 
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET abbreviation for Securities and Futures Authority: in the UK, an organization that made rules about the buying and selling of shares, bonds, etc. until 2001, when its duties became the responsibility of the Financial Services Authority: The Financial Services act gave the SFA improved powers of regulation and discipline.
[U] COMMERCE, MARKETING abbreviation for sales force automation: software that helps people who sell goods and services to manage sales, customers, stock, etc.
(Definition of SFA from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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