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The section dealing with the environment in the AHDR covered 6.5 pages out of 129 pages, which means that the environment was allotted 5 percent of the total number of pages of the Report.
(8) Underwriting and dealing in, to a limited extent, all types of debt and equity securities that a member bank may not underwrite or deal in, except for ownership interests in open-end investment companies ("bank-ineligible securities"); and
And it's creative, plus there's that tangibility of seeing and dealing with a physical asset.
Although his level of sophistication has made him more likely to shop on the Net, it hasn't shielded him from problems, such as poor customer service or the delivery issues that become more acute when dealing with a virtual store.
(5) Underwriting and dealing in government obligations and money market instruments in which state member banks may underwrite and deal under 12 U.S.C.
It's the confusion about the topic, and the numerous issues that a property owner needs to understand, which led the real estate groups to conduct the research and make sure they were dealing with responsible companies.
"Dealing with different cultures is tough, and you have to learn a whole new way of doing business.
The broker contends that it entered into an "exclusive dealing" contract with the tenants, which entitles the broker to a commission upon the signing of the renewal lease even if that lease was procured entirely through the efforts of the tenants.
Berger added that tenants and brokers will still be dealing with the same personnel they dealt with at Robert Martin before the Cali merger.
Understand the Needs of the Seller: Typically, when structuring a transaction with a lender, bank or institution, an investor can expect to be dealing with a mid-level employee with his (or her) own agenda.