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  • investment company: a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
  • Has the meaning laid down in art. 7, paragraph (1), point 6 of Government Emergency Ordinance no.99/2006 on credit institutions and capital adequacy, that is any legal person whose regular occupation or business is the provision of one or more investment services to third parties and/or the
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The Best Little Book On Internship Success At Investment Banks
The Best Little Book On Internship Success At Investment Banks
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-The ins and outs of investment banking culture
-How to stand out from other interns
-Getting noticed by superiors (the right way)

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-The ins and outs of investment banking culture
-How to stand out from other interns
-Getting noticed by superiors (the right way)

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Harsch Investment Properties description of 450 Sutter Street, San Francisco
Harsch Investment Properties description of 450 Sutter Street, San Francisco
1929, Timothy Pflueger Harsch Investment Properties description of 450 Sutter Street: "The Art Deco-styled, high-rise building is one of the most prominent historic buildings in downtown San Francisco. Renowned Architect Timothy Ludwig Pflueger designed the 26-story, medical and dental building at 450 Sutter Street while working at the firm of Miller & Colmesnil. Constructed by Lindgren & Swinerton, the innovative building took advantage of the structural-steel frame, emphasizing a thin-skinned exterior, which features Mayan-ornamented terra-cotta spandrels alternating with windows. 450 Sutter was the second tallest building in San Francisco at the time of its completion in 1929. Pflueger was posthumously described as "the last of the Big Four architects of the downtown (San Francisco) skyline," often known for his other works such as the Pacific Stock Exchange, the Top of the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Castro Theatre, the New Mission Theatre, and the Paramount Theatre. "The building was named a City of San Francisco historic landmark in 1985 and has won many accolades from architectural critics. Most recently, 450 Sutter was cited as 'the most original of San Francisco's pre-war high-rises and one of the city's best buildings' according to author Mitchell Schwarzer's 2006 book 'Architecture of the San Francisco Bay Area: A History & Guide.' The public ground-floor lobby features rare Napoleon Grande Melange marble walls, elaborate bronze-finished Mayan ceiling and exotic bas-relief carvings."
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Managing Operational Risk: 20 Firmwide Best Practice Strategiess
Published in association with the Global Association of Risk Professionals
As e-commerce and globalization continue to expand, so does the level of operational risk, increasing the need for guidance on how to measure and manage it. This is the definitive guide to managing operational risk in financial institutions. Written in a concise, no-nonsense style, and containing numerous real-life case studies, it covers all the bases from the basics of what operational risk is to how to design and implement sophisticated operational risk management systems. Readers will appreciate the up-to-the-minute coverage of the latest techniques and practices to manage operational risk. They will learn how to enhance their positions in the face of anticipated new regulatory standards and capital requirements.
Douglas G. Hoffman (Fairfield, CT) is an independent consultant in operational risk management. His firm, Operational Risk Advisors, provides executive training and assists financial institutions and corporate clients worldwide in operational risk analysis and mitigation.