ICB


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ICB

Abbreviation for:
Integrated Commissioning Board
intracavitary brachytherapy
intracoronary brachytherapy
intracranial bleeding
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According to him, another advantage of Monodex ICB is that it is rapid-curing and used as part of a three-coat system in conjunction with Flexcrete's Monodex anti-carbonation coatings.
Computer-based testing gives ICB exam candidates convenient access to proctored exams nationwide while maintaining the integrity of our rigorous testing standards," says Jim Edrington, executive vice president of ABA's Professional Development Group.
The combined firm is keeping all ICB and Gelbwaks offices and all of the ICB and Gelbwaks employees.
Had it been concluded on 30 June 2012, shareholders in ICB Financial would have collected about USD4.
He said that old students of ICB are serving the nation at coveted posts.
reflect our views on the potential further impact of the ICB proposals
The market's central expectation around the ICB impact had been for a 2-notch downgrade across the board, so it's better than expected," said Gareth Hunt, analyst at Investec.
The ICB last month revealed a raft of recommendations including ring-fencing banks' high street divisions to protect them from riskier investment arms and setting aside more cash to cushion the blow of potential losses or future financial crises.
Its adoption of the globally recognised ICB marks a significant development.
The ICB report was commissioned by the Government to honour a pledge in the Conservative Party General Election Manifesto in which it said it would "reform the regulation and structure of the banking system".
In its report, the ICB insisted banks hold core capital of at least 10 per cent of risk-weighted assets in their domestic retail operations.
As foreshadowed, the ICB wants banks to put a "ring-fence" around their core retail banking operations.