FWB


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FWB

abbr.
four-wheel brake
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You're wary of ending up in another FWB arrangement, so instead of trying to second guess the situation, take control of it.
The idea for the course came from Judy Wagner of FWB Park Brown after she read the Womenomics Scotland report published last year which looked at a number of issues including the female employment rate, gender pay gap and the number of Board positions held by women.
Giving details of the expansion programme, SVP FWB said the Bank has a joint venture with National Rural Support Programme (NRSP) to provide basic banking facilities to the women of remote areas where bank is not providing its services.
FWB started in 1993 through informal community meetings where people shared day to day experiences and supported each other, building an awareness of the power that comes from sharing information in safe and supportive group environments.
Almost sixty percent of both women and men reported current involvement in a FWB relationship.
ABB said that it had made the decision because the average daily trading volume of its shares on the FWB and the LSE has become insignificant over the past three years.