On February 6, 1996, IT announced that it had hired Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and The Environmental Financial Consulting Group to advise the Company regarding a broad range of strategic alternatives to maximize shareholder value.
What does EFCG stand for?
EFCG stands for Environmental Financial Consulting Group (est. 1990)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of EFCG
- European Federation of Catering Equipment Manufacturers
- Egyptian Fertility Care Foundation (Orman, Giza, Egypt)
- Equity Free Cash Flow
- European Federation of City Farms (Belgium)
- European Fuel Cell Forum (Oberrohrdorf, Switzerland)
- European Fund Categorisation Forum
- Evangelical Free Church of Finland
- Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Act (New Jersey)
- École Finistèrienne de Commerce et de Gestion (French: Finisterian School of Business and Management)
- Efficiency of Power Generation for Commercial Use with Gas
- European Fine Chemicals Group (forum; European Fine Chemicals Manufacturers)
- European Fuel Cell Group
- Entente Football Club de l'Hers (French: French football club)
- European Federation of Chemical Engineering
- École Française de Commerce International et d'Informatique (French: French School of International Business and Computing; Morocco)
- Electrical Fault Circuit Interrupter (safety device)
- Eligible Fixed Capital Investment (finance; India)
- Estuarine Fish Community Index (multimetric fish index)
- European Federation of Cleaning Industries (est. 1988; Brussels, Belgium)
- Evangelical Formosan Church of Irvine (religious organization; Irvine, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
BST Global will be presenting at the April 6-7 Environmental Financial Consulting Group (EFCG) CFO Conference for engineering and consulting firms in New York.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- International Technology Corporation (NYSE: ITX) today said that, with the first phase of the repositioning of the Company now substantially complete, it has retained the investment banking firm of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and The Environmental Financial Consulting Group to advise it on ways to actively participate in the current environmental management industry consolidation, with the ultimate goal of maximizing shareholder value.
In addition, Baldor was instrumental in partnering with the Environmental Financial Consulting Group, Inc.
Early is currently a Consulting Principal for the Environmental Financial Consulting Group in New York.