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According to some banking analysts, L&T Finance might have to tweak its corporate structure in order to enter the Indian banking market.
LIABILITY INSURANCE: While most sophisticated owners now hold property in an LLC or some corporate structure which avoids personal liability, covering the property just up to its market value could, nevertheless, be either prohibitively expensive or ultimately result, in the event of a judgment, in the loss of the property to cover any award amounts in excess of the policy.
Selecting a corporate structure is one of the most important startup decisions that a business owner makes.
This postindustrial "revolution" in corporate structure bears an uncanny resemblance to Negroponte's "personal" evolution.
Now, the doyenne of California dance (she cofounded Dance Theatre of Los Angeles with Lester Horton in 1946) has decided to reaffirm her priorities as she seeks to "stop working for the corporate structure that defines arts organizations as we know them today.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Central Pacific Bank (NASDAQ: CPBI) announced today that it has reorganized its corporate structure into three groups that include administration, commercial banking, and retail banking.
Recent safe harbor regulations in federal health programs are going to accelerate these efforts, as it appears that referrals and cooperation within a corporate structure are acceptable.
With the availability and popularity of entity alternatives under the check-the-box regulations and in the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996 provisions affecting qualified subchapter S subsidiaries, passthrough entities have become the choice in many corporate structure plans.