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baft

(bɑːft)
n
(Textiles) a coarse fabric, usually cotton-based, made in India
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BAFT is an international financial services association.
Tod Burwell, BAFT President and Chief Executive Officer and Vice-chair of the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum Steering Group said, "Supply Chain Finance has grown and evolved in recent years in response to shifts in corporate supply chains and the ever-growing demand for trade finance.
The current study aimed to analyze the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the BAFT with three samples from independent studies (total N = 598).
For instance, BAFT members have complained that the series of measures announced by ECAs and Regional Development Banks were hard to track and that they lack information on who is providing what, and under what criteria.
BAFT joins ABA as a separately chartered affiliate and retain the BAFT name.
What's more, evidence continues to mount that the state and its agencies -- specifically the FBI and BAFT -- have at the very least some extremely serious questions to answer regarding the conduct and legality of the siege.
After the BAFT learned of a handgun chambered for 7.
Commercial Bank also participates in the annual conferences and activities of other global trade and development institutions such as the ICC Banking Commission, SWIFT -- SIBOS convention, BAFT, Asian Development Bank, African Development bank, Arab Trade Finance Programme.
BAFT has launched a Middle East and North Africa (MENA) council to address the needs and priorities of banks in the region and to implement best practices in MENA bank operations.
BAFT said that it has elected Howard Bascom as chairman of the organization for 2009-2010.