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banker

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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Coldwell Banker Commercial C&C Properties, Redding, CA; Coldwell Banker Commercial Carey Realty, Columbus, OH; Coldwell Banker Commercial Edge Realty, Augusta, GA; Coldwell Banker Commercial Ideal Realty Group, Potomac, MD; Coldwell Banker Commercial KGA, Saint George, UT; Coldwell Banker Commercial Legacy, LA.
Looking back at three-quarters of a century in central bank cooperation provided a fitting opportunity for the BIS leaders to demonstrate that central bankers are learning to open up and be more responsive to a skeptical public and to the financial community at large.
While the regulations do not permit mere allocations between deductible and nondeductible amounts, it remains to be seen whether Treasury will accept allocations made by the investment bankers themselves to the various services they provided, based on informed recollections of the course of the engagement, even though such allocations may not be supported by time and expense records.
Oh, right," conceded the bankers, who then shifted to the old ruse that passage of the referendum would cause corporations to flee, jobs to be lost, and the state to dry up and blow away.
Virginia bankers like the SBLI plan because it can increase revenue, broaden insurance offerings to customers, and form stronger relationships with them, said R.
Although the company hires the underwriters and pays the IPO fees, the investment banker must balance the conflicting goals of several audiences.
Mortgage bankers are institutions or individuals who use their own funds as well as money from other sources to create mortgages.
As with all aspects of the Dashboard, the budgeting and forecasting capabilities were designed specifically for community bankers - streamlining processes and incorporating just the right level of detail for the bank.
He is also on the Board of Governors of the Mortgage Bankers Association of New York, a Governor of the Bronx/Manhattan Board of Realtors and member of the Real Estate Board of New York.
Charles Elson, a professor at Stetson University College of Law in Saint Petersburg, Florida, notes that, even in less blatant situations, an investment banker has a strong personal incentive to put his or her firm's imprimatur on its client's transactions.
The business plan was the first thing may banker asked to see," says the Chicago business-owner, whose three-year-old company, Laracris Inc.