holding

(redirected from holdings)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

holding

Alternative medicine
An ad hoc term used in the Rosen method of massage therapy that refers to muscular tension, which is believed to be caused by repressed emotions.
References in periodicals archive ?
Biographical Details of Matthew Hopkins: Matthew Hopkins joined Noble Holdings in September 2016 as Head of Financial Control, Asia Pacific and was appointed Global Financial Controller in July 2017 and deputy Chief Financial Officer in 2019.
Avianca Holdings is the commercial brand that identifies the passenger, cargo transportation airlines and on ground services integrated in the company with a team of more than 21,000 employees.
The companies noted that ANA Holdings will acquire its shares from Trustmark Holdings Corp.,owned by the Lucio Tan family and the largest shareholder of PAL Holdings.
The segment of Sompo Holdings' business that Charman will be running represents more than 27 percent of Sompo Holdings Group's adjusted profit, employing around 9,000 people in 30 countries and regions and is projected to have more than $10 billion in gross premiums by 2020.
QCR Holdings said the Springfield acquisition will complement QCR Holdings' other four bank charters.
The Protected Holdings of all investors will be aggregated and deducted from the [euro]5.4 billion total of Novo Banco senior unsecured bonds.
25, 2012, Fairmont issued to Long Beach Road Holdings a certificate of insurance that indicated that the policy became effective on Oct.
Founded by Yissum, Integra Holdings is a unique venture fund, focusing on an exclusive selection of biotech companies with proprietary solutions and a competitive advantage in their respective fields.
"The transaction is seen as a key enabler towards achieving Bank Windhoek Holding's aim to diversify its business interests.
According to SCAD, most of the agricultural holdings are located in Al Ain area, which is home to 11,985 agricultural holdings with a total area of 446.898 donums, representing 59 per cent of the total area of agricultural holdings in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Under the terms of the agreement, Provet Holdings stockholders will receive at closing AUD2.14 (USD2.121/EUR1.511) for each outstanding share, representing a premium of 35% to the last closing price of Provet Holdings stock of AUD1.58, a premium of 33% to the one month Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) of Provet Holdings stock of AUD1.61 and a premium of 44% to the three month VWAP of Provet Holdings stock of AUD1.49.
In April 2010, Kingdom Holding announced a $847 million (Dh3,108 million) transaction with Qatari Diar, QIA's real estate arm, involving the Kingdom Holding stake in Fairmont Raffles Holdings International, says the paper.