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portfolio

For UK doctors, a collection of documents that they assemble throughout their careers which provides evidence of ongoing learning achievements and addresses areas of weaknesses.

Model portfolio content for UK practice
• Personal details
• Contents page
• Mapping Document to GMC Domains of Good Medical Practice
• CV
• Certificates (degrees, CRB, Completion of Foundation training, etc.)
• Self-appraisal and personal development plan
• Posts held
• Appraisal meetings
• Review forms
• Assessments of competence (e.g., work-based assessments); if numerous, list and summarise
• Reflective practice
• Teaching (with feedback)
• Presentations (with feedback)
• Audit
• Research and Publications
• IT Skills
• Careers
• Extra-curricular activities
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It must decide either to accede to the FASB and SEC staffs' position or to issue accounting guidance using a less restrictive interpretation of existing GAAP that allows for prudent interest rate risk management but prevents gains trading activities in an investment portfolio.
Working with SunTrust, we were able to bring seven new banks into our credit facilities and believe that we are well positioned to make larger individual investments and to leverage the returns on our investment portfolio for the benefit of our shareholders.
These forward-looking statements include our 2006 guidance with respect to US Mortgage Insurance Operations' losses incurred and expense ratio, and our consolidated investment portfolio yield, stock based compensation expenses and tax rate.
Best believes that the potential variability of Max Re's alternative investment portfolio introduces an elevated risk factor to the company; however, this risk factor is included in Max Re's risk-based capital model.
When Fitch reviews the investment portfolio of an insurance company, Fitch applies a stochastic (statistical) approach that includes loss given default and the effect on market price of the fluctuation due to interest rates, credit spreads, and rating migrations.
The increase in market interest rates over the past two years created a unique opportunity for the Bank to reinvest approximately one quarter of its total investment portfolio in securities yielding on average about 3% higher than the securities sold.
These ratings reflect RBCI's prudent capitalization, a trend of excellent underwriting and operating performance, a sound investment portfolio and a favorable liquidity position.

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