John Hancock Financial Services welcomed a federal court decision handed down late this afternoon which dismissed allegations that the company awarded excessive compensation to its executives.
What does JHFS stand for?
JHFS stands for John Hancock Financial Services
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- Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union (Baltimore, MD)
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- Johns Hopkins Functioning Inventory (activities of daily living scale)
- Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina
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- Jebson's Hand Function Test (dexterity)
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- Jayne Hancock Group (digital marketing agency; San Diego, CA)
- Journal of Historical Geography (Elsevier)
- Journal of Human Genetics
- Journal of Hungarian Geomathematics
- Julie Heller Gallery (Provincetown, MA)
- Julius-Hirschberg-Gesellschaft (German: Julius Hirschberg Society; ophthalmology; Austria)
- Jackson Hole Gun Club (Dubois, WY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hancock Partners is an affiliate of John Hancock Financial Services.
John Hancock Financial Services --Commercial paper program at 'F1+'; --IDR at 'AA'.
In response to a story in today's Wall Street Journal, John Hancock Financial Services received several inquiries concerning loans made to Joshua Timberland, which is a holding company controlled, in part, by WorldCom's former Chief Executive Officer, Bernard Ebbers.
The leaders of former mutuals MetLife and John Hancock Financial Services have a lot to say about the rewards of going public, but the chairman of MassMutual Financial Group, which remains firmly committed to staying a mutual, insists his company can thrive just as well through innovation.
In April 2004, Manulife merged with John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.
John Hancock Financial Services will fund these purchases following the completion of cash dividend payments of $466 million it will receive from the life operating subsidiary.
John Hancock Financial Services -- Commercial paper program upgraded to 'F1+'; -- Long-term issuer upgraded to 'AA-'; -- US$500 million senior debt 5.