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Noun1.SEB - a form of staphylococcal enterotoxin that has been used as an incapacitating agent in biological warfare
bioarm, biological weapon, bioweapon - any weapon usable in biological warfare; "they feared use of the smallpox virus as a bioweapon"
staphylococcal enterotoxin - a soluble exotoxin produced by some strains of staphylococcus; a cause of food poisoning
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52% SEB stockholders voted in favour of the proposed merger after grilling the board members for 3 hours.
Sweden-based banking group, SEB (STO: SEBA) (STO: SEBC), has appointed Erika Lundquist as its new head of Private Banking.
He has held various positions in SEB since he joined the bank in 2009, including being head of Client Coverage and client executive in the former Merchant Banking division.
Groupe SEB purchased WMF from private equity firm KKR for approximately $1.
This cooperation provides UBP and SEB mutual benefit and, over the long term, presents an opportunity for UBP to distribute its funds in the Nordics.
SEB held the stake in MasterCard through its subsidiary SEB Kort AB.
com), which will help Groupe SEB standardize its analysis process and measure inventory.
Meanwhile, SEB has decided to preserve its corporate banking business in the country.
As a universal bank, SEB can meet the housing finance needs of its the customers as well as other banking needs, such as saving and financial advice, he added.
The first well-recorded SEB revival occurred in 1919, although astronomer Thomas Hockey (University of Northern Iowa) has uncovered convincing evidence that Jupiter observers witnessed the phenomenon in 1859, 1871, and 1882.
SEB has been present in Asia for close to 30 years through offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore.
Unique among Groupe SEB brands, Rowenta enjoys a leadership position in the linen-care category.