capital market


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capital market

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(Banking & Finance) the financial institutions collectively that deal with medium-term and long-term capital and loans. Compare money market

capital market

Financial institutions that deal with mediumand long-term capital and loans.
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Recognizing an opportunity, Wall Street developed catastrophe bonds, including cat-linked securities, as a capital market alternative to traditional catastrophe reinsurance.
However, the capital market turmoil is creating some havoc for lenders who sprang to prominence in the last two years.
Nasdaq's letter to Omtool noted that, under the circumstances described above, Nasdaq is reviewing the Company's eligibility for continued listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market.
We believe listing on the NASDAQ Capital Market will provide greater visibility for Charys' stock and will improve the flow of information to our shareholders and potential investors as we pursue this strategy," Mr.
Lowery was previously an executive vice president and head of the firm's Capital Markets Group, which provides clients with comprehensive strategic advice and execution to meet their real estate capital needs.
The long-awaited conversion of the largest life mutuals will further accelerate change, causing insurers in all industry sectors to feel the effects of greater influence from capital markets.
Compliance and trading professionals at KeyBanc Capital Markets will use BRASS EnGard to help provide enhanced compliance reporting and surveillance capabilities.
The creation of CBRE Capital Markets formalizes this unification and streamlines our global capital markets offering.
Patterson Professor of Law, Columbia Law School; Rebecca Todd McEnally, PhD, CFA, Director, Capital Markets Policy Group, CFA Centre for Financial Market Integrity; Charles D.
The International Capital Group will comprise a team of three of the firm's most senior professionals: Noble Carpenter, a senior leader in the Americas Capital Markets Group; Guy Hollis, Country Head of China since May 2002; and Robert Orr, currently European CEO.
To find out whether the opening of capital markets has been responsible for economic shocks in certain countries, you have to define what you mean by 'liberalization,'" says Henry, associate professor of economics and associate director of the Center for Global Business and the Economy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Providing comprehensive capital markets solutions for our clients is a top priority for Jones Lang LaSalle.