1968 FEI: Financial Executives Institute of Philippines formed.
What does FEI stand for?
FEI stands for Financial Executives Institute
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- Fargo Electronics, Inc. (Eden Prairie, MN)
- Federal Electoral Institute (Election Bureau of Mexico)
- Federal Employer Identification Number
- Federal Executive Institute
- Federation Equestre Internationale (French: International Federation for Equestrian sport)
- Federation of Electronic Industries
- Federation of the Electronics Industry (UK trade association)
- Final Earning Indicator (pension-related calculations)
- Final Energy Intensity
- Financial Engines, Inc.
- Financial Executives International
- Finnish Energy Industries (trade association)
- Firing Error Indicator
- Flight Engineer Instructor
- Fondo Europeo per gli Investimenti (Italian: European Investment Fund)
- Fonds Europeen d'Investissement (French: European Investment Fund)
- For Everyone's Information
- Force Effectiveness Indicator
- Foreign Earned Income
- Fortress Energy, Inc. (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Police Athletic League and the Financial Executives Institute.
May 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Financial Executives Institute (FEI) today applauded the appointment of a preeminent group of trustees to lead the future of global financial accounting standards.
Commander Major General (retired) Lewis MacKenzie -- Robert Pozen, president, Fidelity Management & Research (Fidelity Mutual Funds) -- John Cleghorn, CEO, Royal Bank of Canada Financial Executives Institute, the leading advocate for the views of corporate financial management, is an association of 14,000 CFOs, controllers and treasurers from 8,000 companies in the U.
In addition, relationships are being maintained with a number of groups, including the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Association for Investment Management and Research, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Executives Institute and the American Accounting Association.
Professor Marple has been a member and past chairman of the Finance Advisory Board of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and a past director of the Boston Chapter of the Financial Executives Institute.
Morgan is currently a member of the Financial Executives Institute and the Illinois CPA Society and serves on the board of the Financial Management Committee of the American Apparel Manufacturers Association.
a national network of CPA financial planners, and a past officer of the Financial Executives Institute.