The CV Age 40 Status Married with three children Lives South-east London Education Downing College, Cambridge (BA in philosophy); City University business school (non-profit management); Fellow, World Economic Forum.
What does CUBS stand for?
CUBS stands for City University Business School (UK)
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We have 13 other meanings of CUBS in our Acronym Attic
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- Cesky Urad Bezpecnosti Prace (Slovak: Czech Office for Safety; Prague, Czech Republic)
- Coincidental Unavoidable By-Product (EPA)
- Communities United for Better Policing (Oregon)
- California Unfair Business Practices Act
- Coalition for Uniform Business Rules (energy market)
- Calspan-University of Buffalo Research Center (Buffalo, NY)
- Cardiff University Brain and Repair Imaging Centre (UK)
- Can't Understand Baseball Strategy
- Citizens United for Baseball in the Sunshine
- Community Urban Bus Service
- Completely Useless by September
- Credit Union and Building Society (Australia)
- Credit Union for Berkeley Students
- California University of Business and Technology (est. 1990)
- Carbon Urea Breath Test
- Canadian Ultimate Championships
- Canadian Unitarian Council
- Canadian University College (College Heights, Alberta, Canada)
- Caribbean Utilities Company
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He received his MBA degree from City University Business School (London, UK) and his B.
He taught at the London School of Economics from 1965-76, was appointed Professor of Banking and International Finance at The City University in 1976 and was Dean of the City University Business School from 1982-1985.
The Olympic Marathon silver medallist begins a meet-the-people drive in the Dublin City University Business School.
Naqvi is a member of AIMR, and holds a MBA from City University Business School in London, U.
But parallel to its criticism of lack of radical proposals by the Interdepartmental Working Group on Blight (IWGB), the association has applauded another report by the City University Business School for vindicating its own campaign for sweeping reform of the official philosophy towards compulsory powers, as well as the legal framework controlling their use.
For more information, contact City University Business School on 0171 477 8000.
Wallis holds an Economics degree from Downing College, Cambridge and an MBA from the City University Business School in London.