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cit

(sɪt)
n
censorious a town dweller

CIT

(in New Zealand) abbreviation for
(Education) Central Institute of Technology

cit.

1. citation.
2. cited.
3. citizen.
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CIT Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer Ellen R.
The transaction will diversify and enhance CIT's funding profile with stable, lower-cost deposits from Mutual of Omaha Bank's market-leading homeowner's association banking business.
In addition, USD 8.3 billion of total assets, including USD 3.9 billion of middle-market commercial loans, are part of the transaction, which adds to CIT's growing franchise.
CIT Group shares closed Monday down 2.17% at $44.63.
Grizzard comes to CIT from Citizens Financial Group, where she headed the Aerospace, Defense & Government Services business as senior vice president and managing director.
The rating also considers CIT's improving earnings, strong capital levels, and solid execution on selling non-core assets and reducing wholesale funding reliance.
Based on a tax-research journal published by the NTRC entitled, Comparative Corporate Income Taxation in Asean Member-Countries the state-run think-tank said the reduction in CIT will make the Philippines more competitive with its neighbors in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Although there has not been enough research to date to declare CIT an evidence-based practice, it has been called both a promising practice (International Association of Chiefs of Police, 2010) and a best practice model for law enforcement (Thompson & Borum, 2006).
Although the CIT bankruptcy is the fifth largest in U.S.
Under the terms of the agreement, CIT will fund 75% of the investment and BRT will fund 25%.
cit, 1992, 17 y SANCHEZ FERRE, J.: Historia de los Balnearios en Espana.
CIT's 2004 factoring assets were roughly $6.2 billion, compared with about $6.3 billion in 2003, said Jeffrey Peek, CIT Group's chairman and chief executive officer.