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A regional term for a drug financier who assumes little risk of arrest, as he or she operates at arm’s length from the retail aspect of the enterprise.
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While at the time governments were thinking in the context of the Young Plan of establishing a trustee institution to process and settle Germany's reparation payments, key western central bankers advising their governments had a second agenda.
Strategy: Going forward, it will be essential for taxpayers to initiate discussions with investment bankers early on in a potential business acquisition.
The amazing thing is that the bankers and the politicos thought any of these ploys would work.
Not surprisingly, however, investment bankers and CFOs who have taken their companies public recently dispute the notion that IPO pricing rules have changed.
The lawsuit's sponsors - San Francisco-based California Bankers Association and Washington, D.
Mortgage bankers and brokers typically have access to a broader spectrum of mortgage programs than banks do.
This powerful, easy to use solution was built for community bankers, by community bankers, arming a bank's entire management team with a fast and easy way to make the critical decisions that contribute to improved performance and profitable growth.
Other alternatives include seeking out bankers in foreign countries with more experience in a particular industry or the use of asset securitizations.
Ralph Whitworth, former president of United Shareholders Association--an advocacy group for improved corporate governance--and now chairman of Apria Healthcare in San Diego, says, "Investment bankers are like good bird dogs.
Swiss bankers acknowledged Thursday that six people who deposited money with them as World War II broke out likely were not Holocaust victims but elite Nazis, including Hitler's personal photographer.