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Byline: - Staff and Wire Services Loan firm to open new Tampa office CALABASAS - Countrywide Home Loans said it plans to open a $20 million financial operations center in Tampa.
American Financial Realty Trust , a real estate investment trust focused on acquiring and leasing properties occupied by financial institutions, plans to equip Harborside Plaza Ten, a marquee property on New York Harbor, with a $2 million backup power generator to safeguard the mission critical systems for tenants at the New York area financial operations center.
Damage to the Company's financial operations center in Houston, TX caused by Hurricane Ike has made it difficult to access some of the Company's financial records needed to provide information to its independent auditors to permit them to complete certain audit procedures.
Deloitte & Touche Outsourcing will help support these systems on an ongoing basis from its financial operations center headquartered in Tulsa, Okla.
It supports the globalization of financial operations, and the cross-border flow, as the Internet becomes increasingly cost-effective and a secure network for linking global business and financial operations centers.
Turner/On-Site has completed the Building 99 project for Motorola and an expansion to the Medtronic Micro-Rel's Wafer Fabrication Facility - Building 4, both located in Tempe, as well as the Financial Operations Center for American Express in Phoenix.
Goss will be based in Booz, Allen's Florham Park, NJ financial operations center, and spend considerable time in the firm's New York Worldwide Commercial Business office and the McLean, VA corporate headquarters and Worldwide Technology Business office.