Accad


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Ac·cad

 (ăk′ăd′, ä′käd′)
See Akkad.
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Accad

(ˈækæd)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Akkad
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Ak•kad

or Ac•cad

(ˈæk æd, ˈɑ kɑd)

n.
1. an ancient region in Mesopotamia, the N division of Babylonia.
2. a city in this region: capital of the Akkadian empire c2350–2200 b.c.
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American and European authorities such as the European Union, certify products that meet certain standards and such classification is what consumers need to be looking for, said Accad.
Al Ahli Bank is seeking to increase income from non-domestic operations to about 33 per cent in three-to-four years from about 20 per cent currently, Accad said, adding that he hoped to achieve that goal "faster."
In the latest in our CEO Leadership series, Banker Middle East turns the spotlight on ABK's Group CEO, Michel Accad. (What follows is an edited transcript of the interview, you may view it in full on our YouTube channel, CPIFinancialTV.)
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Accad received his award at the 'CEO Middle East Awards 2016' ceremony, in Dubai, on September 20, 2016.
- Camille Accad, economist at Asiya Investments Company.
The conference was attended by ABK's CEO Michel Accad, ABK-Egypt's CEO and Managing Director, Constantinos Loizides, and ABK-Egypt's Executive Vice-Chairman Nayera Amin.
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A forthcoming book by Martin Accad, a Lebanese Protestant Christian scholar, will hopefully help us to learn from that rich experience.
Camille Accad is an economist at Asiya Investments, an investment firm investing in Emerging Asia
It gave no quarterly figures and did not give details on who would succeed Chief Executive Michel Accad, announced in October that he was resigning for personal reasons.
The buyer was HH Really Equities, a local owner headed by Solmi Accad and Ariel Akkad.